The use of voter registration is not restricted to voting. In case you didn’t know, it is also required when you are hired, get or renew your passport, register as an Individual or enroll in public universities.
Therefore, it is always important to have it in hand, or else, to have your electoral status regularized, to avoid any complications. Citizens who do not vote and do not justify their absence within the period determined by the government remain pending with the electoral justice system. Remembering that voting is mandatory for literate people aged between 18 and 70 years.
Find out how to get a 2nd copy of your voter registration card.
With this, he is also prevented from enrolling in a public tender, receiving wages from a public, municipal or parastatal job or job, obtaining loans from credit institutions maintained by the government, among others. Remembering that voters who did not vote and did not justify their absence in the last three elections have until April 25 to regularize their situation.
To settle the dispute, they must go to the registry office in which they are registered, carrying an official identification document with a photo, voter registration, proof of voting, justification or payment of a fine.
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How to get voter registration
For remove the voter registration, you must look for the electoral registry office in your city or access the TSE website to request the document. In that case, just fill out a form with your personal data and choose your polling place.
Once this is done, within five days, you need to go to the electoral registry office with your identification document (RG, birth or marriage certificate), proof of address and proof of discharge from military service (in the case of male voters). .
See how to justify voting in another city.
How to look up your voter registration number
Know that on the TSE website (click here) you may check your voter registration number, as well as other important information, such as your address and constituency number. Simply, when accessing the page, inform your name, your date of birth and your mother’s name. In a few seconds, you’ll have the data you want on your computer screen.
On the TSE website (click here) is also possible consult your electoral status and thus find out if you have any pending items. Remembering that, in both cases, the consultation is free. Enjoy!
Consult zone and polling place
The “Where to Vote” feature of the e-Título application (iOS and android) lets you find out the address of the polling place, with polling station and polling zone. The app’s built-in map makes it possible to see exactly where the polling place is, and the “View Routes” option gives access to the cell phone’s standard map application, such as Google Maps, to trace the path from home to the polling place.