Register for Electoral Registry in Venezuela - Easy Steps

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What is it?

The Electoral Registry Registration in Venezuela is a process that allows citizens to enroll in the official list of eligible voters. By registering, you gain the right to vote in local, regional, and national elections, thereby exercising your civic duty and participating in the democratic process of the country.

Who needs it?

This service is essential for Venezuelan citizens who have reached the legal voting age of 18 and those who have recently changed their residence. Whether you are a first-time voter or an existing voter needing to update your information, registering ensures you can participate in upcoming elections. It’s particularly vital for youths, newly settled residents, and those who have not yet registered.


  1. Visit the official National Electoral Council (CNE) website to locate your nearest registration center.
  2. Gather the necessary documents required for registration (see the required documents list below).
  3. Go to the designated registration center with your documents.
  4. Fill out the registration form provided by the CNE officials.
  5. Submit the completed form along with your documents for verification.
  6. Wait for the confirmation of your registration, which can be checked online on the CNE website.

Required documents

  • National Identity Card (Cédula de Identidad) - Obtainable from the SAIME office.
  • Proof of Residence - Utility bill, rental agreement, or any document proving your residence.

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Additional details

  • Registration is mandatory to participate in any electoral process.
  • Ensure all documents are current and valid to avoid any issues during registration.
  • Registration centers are available across various regions, and you can locate the nearest one through the CNE website.
  • Check for any updates or changes in the registration process by visiting the official CNE site frequently.


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