Soumya Prakash Pradhan

A Voter ID card is an important form of identification for Indian citizens and it also allows people to exercise franchise. With the upcoming General election this year, many people will participate in voting.

To cast your vote, an Indian citizen must have a Voter ID card. A woman's address usually changes after marriage. They need change the address on Voter ID card. Here's a simple step-by-step guide.

For a married woman who has relocated after marriage, you will need to fill Form 8.

You will also need certain documents such as utility bills, current passbook, land-owning records, and scanned copies of the new address.

Visit the NVSP website and sign up by entering your mobile number, email address, captcha, and OTP.

Once your account is created, set a password and log in using your phone number and password.

Click on the 'Shifting of residence/correction of entries in existing electoral roll' tab and select the 'Fill Form 8' option.

Choose 'Self' and submit to display your EPIC number.

Review your voter details and select the 'Shifting of Residence' option, indicating whether it is within or outside the Assembly Constituency.

Complete Form 8 with necessary details including state, district, assembly or parliamentary constituency, Aadhaar number, mobile number, email, and new address.

Upload the required address proof document, declare the information, enter the captcha code, and proceed to 'Preview and Submit'.

Review the filled Form 8 and then submit it. You will receive a reference number which you can use to track your submitted application status.

After 1 to 2 weeks, you can download the digital copy of the Voter ID card from the NVSP website.