Do you want to know how to apply for your PVC registration in order to be able to get your voter’s card to be allowed to vote in any political election in Nigeria? This post is going to show you how to do PVC registration yourself online step by step.
The new system of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was built for helping all Nigerians do their voters card registration by their selves online. Besides that, they can check their polling units, date of birth, their PVC availability and lots more all online.
Have you got a temporary voter’s card (the one that cannot be used to vote and you want to get a permanent plastic like id card one? From this post, everything about that was being discussed. To find out more, please read it completely to an end.
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INEC PVC online registration portal
INEC Continuous Voter Registration Portal (ICVRP) is portal which you can carry out all your voters card registration processes on.
As a new applicant of Permanent Voters card, you can do the pre-Registration online. Or as an already registered person, you can review your voter registration, request to update your information or transfer your voter registration to another polling Unit.
If you have never registered for your voter’s card before and you would like to do so now, please read the following instructions below to pre-register and save a lot of time when you visit the Biometric Data Collection Centres.
Doing PVC registration online is fast, save and secure, i.e, you will not lose any thing or pay any money.
However, if you have misplaced your PVC or if your PVC is damaged and you would like a replacement, you can do so very fast on INEC PVC registration (online).
How to register for your permanent voters card online
Now, please follow the seven (7) different simple step by step guides below for how you can register for your permanent voters card, PVC in 2021 online by yourself.
Step one: visit INEC PVC website
The official online registration portal for PVC is https://cvr.inecnigeria.org.
Please visit INEC website through the link that was being shared above and click on “Sign in/Register”.
Step two: create an account
After visiting INEC website, now you can create an account. In this case, you can use your Facebook or Gmail login details to create INEC PVC account.
Or you can create an account by just simply enter into your personal and contact information, for example, your name, phone number, email address, etc.
This is just the second step, please continue reading to find out the next steps ahead.
Step three: confirm your account.
The next step now is sign in to your email inbox and find the confirmation email you must have received from INEC in order to verify you and your email.
Click the link which was just sent to you via mail to verify your account and it’ll redirect you to a page where you will be wished congratulated.
After the successful verification, you can now continue to register for your PVC online as discussed in the next step.
Step four: log in and fill the PVC form
As you have just verified your account, now, you should kindly revisit INC PVC registration portal via the link we have shown earlier, log in with your email address and password and fill the form with the required information online.
Step five: select date for your biometric capturing
Immediately the form has been filled with a valid information, you can now go ahead to select a convenient date and time, INEC office for your biometric capturing.
The biometric capturing and the collection of your plastic permanent voters card (PVC) must be done at any INEC office, hence make sure you choose a date and time and INEC office that precisely nearest to you for convenience.
Please we advise that you should choose any INEC office that is nearest to you.
Step six: submit and print your application slip
Before you finally submit, confirm that all the information and details which you have provided are correct. When confirmed, then click on Submit and remember to print your application slip that contains your application number, QR Code, and other details.
Make sure to keep the application slip which you have just printed save as you will not be able to get your PVC without it in any INEC office nationwide.
Importantly, remember to write down your Voters Identification Number (VIN) and the date of birth on it in your diary incase your application slip may get lost.
INEC voters Card online registration portal
The step by step guides and registration procedures of INEC voters card are:
- Pre-register at cvr.inecnigeria.org
- Create an account with a valid email address
- Follow the account activation link sent to you via mail to very your email
- Verify your account, login and fill the PCV form
- Select a convenient date for your biometric capturing
- Submit form and wait for application slip containing ID, QR Code and other details
- Print out the application slip
- Visit INEC registration centre you selected in step 5 to capture your biometric
- A registration slip will be issued once everything is confirmed and completed
- Use the issued slip to collect your Permanent Voters’ Card (PVC)
Please note that if you don’t have access to the internet, physical registration of PVC has commenced at all INEC state and local government offices nationwide from Monday, July 19th, 2021 till unknown date.
The portal that is currently helping all citizens of Nigeria to seamlessly carry out their PVC registration online was developed by INEC Nigeria. Its name is CVR and it simply stands for Continous Voters Registration.
Meanwhile, CVR was introduced by INEC for the people who:
- Are 18 years and above and have never registered to vote
- Have lost or damaged their PVCs
- Want to transfer their voting location
- Have registered but had problems in last election.
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