What to do and documents required for transfer of constituencies

What to do and documents required for transfer of constituencies

There are many people around us who need to shift constituencies. But many people do not have proper idea about what to do and what are the require documents to transfer/change voter address.

Today Amara will discuss, in detail about the rules for changing the constituency in this post. Those who need to do Online Voter Area Transfer or NID Transfer must apply by following the Voter Transfer Rules.





Nowadays people spend their time very busy.


People may not always live at their permanent address due to the demands of livelihood. There are millions of such people who leave their homes and live in cities for education, work, business or any other purpose. Because of this, those people have become voters at their current address rather than at their permanent address. Since it is not their permanent address, sometimes they need to change their constituency to their permanent address.









You have to go to the election office of the upazila where you are a permanent resident, i.e. the upazila to which you are moving and apply for Nid transfer. For Nid Transfer, application is to be made by filling the Electoral Area Transfer Form 13. Nid transfer Form is provided from the office, Nid Transfer Form can also be obtaine from the photocopy shop in front of the office. Or you can download and print Voter Area Transfer Form 13.






Transfer of Constituency


Rules for filling the application form:-
Do not proceed to fill transfer form 13 immediately after receiving it, read it carefully first. Filling the form is not as difficult as you think, it is very easy and you can follow the suggestions given below to fill the form.







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What documents are require to correct voter ID card?
1. The name of the applicant should be written in Bengali in column 1 of the form.







2. Applicant’s NID Card/Voter ID Card Number should be enterd in the Form No.2.

3. The date of birth of the applicant should be entere in column 3 of the form.

4. The address of the constituency where you were a voter should be entere in column 4 of the form. All the fields should be fille including name of constituency, number of constituency, name of upazila/ police station, name of district, name and number of village/road, house/holding number. But if you don’t know the voter number and the voter area number then you don’t nee to write it and it’s better if you know it from the office and write it. Constituency names and village/road names are mostly the same. Areas may be partially or completely separate. So write the name of your village/street in the place of constituency name.




5. The address of the constituency to which you want to transfer the voter should be enterd in column 5 of the form. Name of District, Name of Upazila, Union/City Corporation/Municipality/Cantt: Board under which you will transfer and write the name of Union/City Corporation/Municipality/Cantt: Board next to it. Then write your ward number, constituency name, constituency number, village/street name and number, house/holding number, mobile number, post office and post code.






The name of the constituency and the name of

The village may not be the same. So if you don’t know the name of your correct electoral area, you should confirm the name of your correct electoral area from the ward memb



er or local public representative. If the constituency is wrong or if the information mentione in step 5 is wrongly recorde then all the trouble is in vain. Because your voter information will be transferre to the wrong address. So step 5 should be filld very carefully as far as possible.




6. Column 6 of the form says that you have to state how long you have been living at the address mentione in column 5. Serial No. 5 address may be your place of birth or residence for 1 to 5 years (in which case it should be mentione).




7. Section 7 of the form states why you are moving the constituency. May be on matrimonial basis you want to shift electorate as you are residing at your husband’s address, or as it is your permanent address you want to shift electorate to permanent address etc. (whichever case to mention).




Only the applicant can sign in place of applicant’s signature or tip signature on the back page of the form and the applicant’s NID card/Voter ID card must be signe exactly as it is signed under the photograph. If the signatures are different, the application may be considered invalid.





The applicant must be signed by a public representative in place of the identifier’s signature. Any person who signs in place of the identifier may be deemd to have rejecte the application. Identifier must sign his signature, enter NID number and use seal.



Also read Voter ID Card amendment – ​​requird Documents

Documents to be submitted to change constituency:-

Details of what is require to change the constituency are mentioned in the Nid Transfer Form. You will get a clear idea about the required documents in step 8 of the form. All the documents should be from the address to which you want to transfer the voter.

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