From where Form 6A can be obtained?

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Form 6A can be downloaded from the website of Chief Electoral Officer of the concerned state or website of Election Commission of India. Form 6A is also available free of cost in Indian Missions in foreign countries. Besides, Booth Level Officers in every polling station area in India have been asked to distribute blank Form 6A… Read more »

How can an overseas Indian get enrolled in the electoral roll?

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A Non-Resident Indian is a citizen of India who holds an Indian passport and has temporarily emigrated to another country for six months or more for employment, residence, education or any other purpose. He/she has to file an application for the purpose in prescribed Form 6A before the Electoral Registration Officer / Assistant Electoral Registration… Read more »

How can one seek employment abroad?

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A person can take up employment in a foreign country either through a registered recruiting agent or directly through a foreign employer or a project exporter. Is there any ban on deployment of Indian women to foreign countries? For protection and security of women emigrants, no emigration clearance is granted to women below 30 years… Read more »

Who is eligible to be registered as a voter?

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The Indian Constitution confers voting rights on any individual who is a citizen of the country and is above 18 years of age. This minimum-age limit came into effect from March 28, 1989, prior to which it was 21 years. The Constitution does not differentiate between male and female voters. Every Indian citizen who has… Read more »

Who is an overseas (NRI) elector?

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A Non-Resident Indian is a citizen of India who holds an Indian passport and has temporarily emigrated to another country for six months or more for employment, residence, education or any other purpose. An overseas elector is a person who is a citizen of India and who has not acquired citizenship of any other country… Read more »