How to Check Your Permanent Voters Card Registration Status Online

Good to announce to every Nigerians that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has introduced an easy way for Nigerian voters to obtain permanent voter’s cards and check their voters’ registration status.

This means from now on you have the system/platform to access at any time to fetch your Permanent Voters Card Registration Status online with your mobile phone or Tablet or computer (if you have access to any).

This page should guide you through the steps to Check Your Permanent Voters Card Registration Status Online using any available devices at your disposal.

There are view things I like you to know before going through these step to check your PVCs status, this includes;

  • VIN – Some of you may later be asking what VIN stands for cos it’s important to know it and where to locate it also. It is known as “Voters Identification Number“. This is the code number to use check status.

    VIN last 7 digit sample

    VIN last 7 digit sample

 

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Now let’s get started…

How to Check Your Permanent Voters Card Registration Status Online

STEP 1: Visit www.voterreg.inecnigeria.org.
STEP 2: The pages open, Click on the drop-down bar to select which state you did your PVC registration.
STEP 3: The first box you are to provide your “Surname” Only. Make sure it’s the same surname used during the registration.
STEP 4: Enter the last 7 digits of your Temporal Voters card VIN (Voter Identification Number). Alternatively, you can use your date of birth in place of VIN last 7 digits.
STEP 5: Click on “Search”

Sample page Check Your Permanent Voters Card Registration Status

Sample page to Check Your Permanent Voters Card Registration Status online

 

How to Check PVC Registration Status WIth Mobile Phone

This method is an alternative to above process. You can also check your voter status by sending an SMS with your State, Last name, Voter Identification Number (VIN) to the number below:

081-7164-6879

Format: State, Last name, VIN

Example: Kogi, Solomon, 10877

You should receive a response within 15 minutes.

Please note that Text messages are charged at the local network rates.

The commission also stated that its Citizens Contact Centre is functional, and can be reached on 0700 2255 4632 – or Email: iccc@inec.gov.ng – for questions or enquiries.

 

I hope this page explained well to your understanding?

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