How to Check your Voter’s Card Status and Data Correction
Voter’s Card – Do you want to check your voters card status or you have lost your card or voters card identification number (VIN)? If yes, then you are at the right place. It’s now easy to check your voters card status, card details and polling unit details online without stress.
In this post is all you need to do to get your Voter’s card status and details easily with just a step. This would be helpful if you need to know your VIN for verification purposes and have lost your PVC or TVC.
How To Check Your Voter’s Card Details Online
Since this is a quiet lengthy article, we have added a table of contents for easier navigation.
You can check your voter status by entering your details in the form as stated below
Note, all you need to input is your state of registration, surname, date of birth or VIN
- Visit, www.voterreg.inecnigeria.org
- Enter your State of Residence
- Enter Your Surname
- Enter your Voter Identification Number (VIN)- last 7 digits or date of birth
- Then click Search
That’s all, within seconds all your verified voter’s card details will be shown including your polling unit.
Check Your Voter’s Status Online
Format: State, Last name, VIN
Example: Kastina, John, 3075050
Can’t remember your Voters Identification Number (VIN)?
Use your date of birth
How To View your Polling Unit Details
At a polling unit, a citizen can either register to vote or vote. It is advisable to select a Polling Unit close to your area of residence due to the restricted movement on election days.
To view your polling unit, follow the steps below
1. Select your State (where you registered)
2. Select your Local Government Area (LGA)
3. Select Ward
4. Select Polling unit
5. Click on View Detail to display your Polling Unit details
Within seconds all your verified voter’s card polling unit details will be shown.
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