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In order to mobilize and guide Citizens on the ongoing Continuous Vote Registration (CVR) process, the following are some of the frequently asked questions to support CVR education and registration process.

Continuous Voter Registration | Temporary Voters Card | Permanent Voters Card

A citizen of Nigeria who:

  • Has attained (18) years and above, or has just turned (18) years.
  • Has not registered before
  • Reside, work or originate from an LGA or ward covered by the registration center.
  • Had registered but whose names are not found in the biometric register of voters during the display of the register/distribution of PVCs.
  • Is not subject to any incapacity to vote under any law in nigeria.
A person can register only once and only at one center.
Present your Temporary Voter’s Card (TVC) to the INEC Officials at the State/LGA office to collect your PVC.

Visit INEC portal at voters.inecnigeria.org
to check your status.

A person who has relocated to another place, outside the unit in which he/she registered cannot vote in his/her new location unless he/she transfers his/her registration.

No. Each person intending to register or pick up their PVC must appear in person.

Apply in person for voter transfer on INEC portal at www.cvr.inecnigeria.org

Citizens can begin their registration on INEC CVR portal www.cvr.inecnigeria.org and complete the process at any  INEC State/LGA office close to them. On the other hand, you can also begin registration at INEC designated centers using the CVR Live Locator locator.inecnigeria.org/ and complete the process without registering online if you decide to do so.

Yes. Every Nigerian Citizen, 18 years and above, including people living with any form of disability is entitled to be registered.

CVR registration ends on June 30, 2022.
Visit your INEC State/LGA office with your online registration slip on your scheduled date and complete your physical CVR process.
No. It is an offence. You can only have one valid voter card at a time.
No. You do not need to register again. Apply online on the INEC CVR portal or visit any INEC designated centre.
All Permanent Voters Card (PVC) issued by INEC do not expire.