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India is the largest democracy in the world with 28 States and 8 Union Territories. India conducts more elections than any other country in the world. In the 2019 Assembly Elections, 911 million people were eligible to vote. India is proud of being a Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic in the World. Ever since we gained independence in 1947, free and fair elections have been held at regular intervals, in accordance with the values enshrined in the Constitution, Electoral Laws and Framework.
Indian Election Commission is an autonomous constitutional body. On 25th January 1950, the Election Commission was created in accordance with the Constitution. India's Election Commission is an independent statutory body in charge of conducting election processes for the Union and the States in India. The body administers elections to the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, the Indian State Legislative Assemblies and the country's President and Vice President Offices.
According to the Election Commission of India, there are 3 types of voters/electors:
According to the provisions of Section 20A of the Representation of People Act, 1950, an NRI who has settled in a foreign land can register to be a part of India's electoral roll. An NRI Elector is a person who is a citizen of India and has not acquired citizenship from any other country. He is otherwise eligible to be registered as an elector and who is absent from his place of ordinary residence in India because of his employment, education or otherwise is eligible to be registered as an elector in the electoral district in which his place of residence in India as referred to in his passport is.
Until the year 2010, NRIs did not enjoy the right to vote. However, an amendment to The Representation of Peoples Act, 1950 allowed NRIs to exercise their voting right.
NRIs can conveniently apply for their Voter ID Online through the NVSP Portal. The National Voters Service Portal (NVSP) is a very convenient online portal allowing a number of Voter ID related services for the users. It allows you to apply for a Voter ID, check your Voter ID application status, check your details, request for change or updation of any details on your Voter ID and so on.
You can follow these steps to apply for a NRI Voter ID:
Now, if you are sending these documents by post, all these documents have to be submitted as photocopies, duly attested by a competent authority of the Indian Mission in the country you are residing. If you are submitting the application in person, the photocopies have to be self-attested and submitted to the officer and the original passport and other documents have to be produced for the officer to verify.
NRIs are not given an EPIC Card. Their names will be enrolled on the Electoral list and will be listed under a separate section called ‘Overseas Electors’ on the last section on the roll of that particular polling booth of the constituency that corresponds to your home address as in your passport. You can visit the polling booth, produce your passport and cast your vote.
The Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill, 2017 was introduced in Lok Sabha in 2018 to allow Proxy Voting for NRIs. As per the amended bill, an NRI can exercise his voting right by proxy in the constituency where the poll is taken. A close relative of the person is usually authorized to act as the proxy and cast the vote.
Registering for an NRI voter ID is an excellent way to be involved in the democratic process of your home country, even while you stay overseas. Use this guide to register for the NRI voter ID online and cast your vote.
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