Simple Steps for Paraguay Electoral Address Change

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What is it?

This service allows residents of Paraguay to update their official electoral address to ensure they are registered correctly for voting in upcoming elections. It is crucial for maintaining accurate voter records and ensuring that all voter correspondence is sent to the correct address.

Who needs it?

This service is essential for Paraguayan citizens who have recently moved to a new residence or who have realized their current address on record is outdated. Ideal for anyone who wants to ensure their voting records are accurate and up to date, including expatriates who wish to participate in elections from abroad.


  1. Visit the local electoral office or their official website.
  2. Fill out the electoral address change form which can be found online or at the office.
  3. Provide the necessary documentation to verify your new address and identity.
  4. Submit the completed form and supporting documents either online, via mail, or in person.
  5. Wait for a confirmation from the electoral office regarding the change.

Required documents

  • Proof of new address (e.g., utility bill, lease agreement, bank statement). These can be obtained from your service providers or financial institutions.
  • Valid identification (e.g., national ID card, passport). Ensure these are up-to-date and not expired.
  • Electoral ID (if required). Check with your local electoral office for specific requirements.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Make sure all documents are up-to-date and correctly display your new address.
  • Some electoral offices may offer the option to complete the process online which can expedite the procedure.
  • Double-check with your electoral office for any additional forms or requirements that may be specific to your region.


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