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Registration on the electoral list: in case of removal

Verified 27 April 2022 - Directorate of Legal and Administrative Information (Prime Minister), Ministry of the Interior

If you move to France, you must either register at the town hall of your new town or declare your new address at the town hall. If you come back to live in France, you usually have to register at the town hall of your new home. If you go to live in the foreigner, you have to choose between staying on the list of your town hall or registering on the consular list of the host country.

In France

You move to mainland France

Moving until 6 May 2022

To vote in your new commune for the legislative elections of 12 and 19 June 2022, you had to register on the electoral list of your new commune by 6 May 2022.

You can do this:

Online (until May 4)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 6 May)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than May 6)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 6, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 6 May 2022

General case

When your move takes place after May 6, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the parliamentary elections of 12 and 19 June 2022.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after May 6, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 2 June 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after May 6, 2022, your family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You are military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you are returned to your home after meeting the legal obligations of activity, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or moved on your return to civilian life after May 6, 2022, you can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You are a public official (public servant or contractor)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 31 March 2022, if you move because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this time limit to register. You can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You move to French Polynesia

Moving until 29 April 2022

To vote in your new commune for the 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your new commune by 29 April 2022.

You could do this:

Online (until April 27)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 29 April)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than April 29)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by april 29, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 29 April 2022

General case

When your move takes place after April 29, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the 2022 parliamentary elections.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after April 29, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 25 May 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 25 May 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after April 29, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 25 May 2022 If you are a member of the military who is returned to their home after having met the legal requirements for service, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or who moved on your return to civilian life after April 29, 2022, you can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Public official (official or contractual)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 30 March 2022, if you are moving because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You move to Mayotte or Reunion

Moving until 6 May 2022

To vote in your new commune for the legislative elections of 12 and 19 June 2022, you must register on the electoral list of your new commune by 6 May 2022.

You could do this:

Online (until May 4)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 6 May)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than May 6)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 6, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 6 May 2022

General case

When your move takes place after May 6, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the parliamentary elections of 12 and 19 June 2022.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after May 6, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 2 June 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after May 6, 2022, your family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you are a member of the military who is returned to their home after having met the legal requirements for service, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or who moved on your return to civilian life after May 6, 2022, you can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Public official (official or contractual)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 30 March 2022, if you are moving because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You move to Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Saint Barthélémy, Saint Martin or Saint-Pierre et Miquelon

Moving until 6 May 2022

To vote in your new commune for the 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your new commune by 6 May 2022.

You could do this:

Online (until May 4)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 6 May)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than May 6)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 6, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 6 May 2022

General case

When your move takes place after May 6, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the parliamentary elections 2022.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after May 6, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 1 June 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 1 June 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after May 6, 2022, your family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 1 June 2022 If you are a member of the military who is returned to their home after having met the legal requirements for service, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or who moved on your return to civilian life after May 6, 2022, you can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Public official (official or contractual)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 30 March 2022, if you are moving because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact

You must inform the town hall of your new address.

You can do this:

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Online

You must provide the scanned version of a supporting document from your new home and use this online service:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)

By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Redomicile
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in the town hall). The moving within the same commune must be checked.
Who shall I contact

By mail

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Departure for foreigner

If you move to live in foreigner, you can voting from foreigner for the presidential, European, legislative elections, the election of foreigner French advisers and referendum.

To do this, you must register on a consular list of electors.

This registration will automatically delete your previous registration.

FYI  

you may prefer to remain on the list of electors of a commune, and vote in particular proxy for the presidential, European, legislative, regional, departmental, municipal and referendum elections.

You can verify your election registration:

Check your election registration and polling station

You can register throughout the year.

But to vote in the foreigner for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must do so before a deadline.

This deadline depends on the date of your move.

Moving by 29 April 2022

You have to do this by 29 April 2022.

You can do this:

Online (via the register of French people living outside France)

When you sign up for register of the French established outside France, or after you have registered in this register, you can request your registration on the consular list of electors:

French register established outside France - Consular registration

On site

You must go to the consulate or the embassy.

You must provide the following documents:

Moving after 29 April 2022

Moving after 29 April 2022

General case

When your move takes place after April 29, 2022, you cannot vote in the foreigner for the general election June 2022.

Following retirement (public official)

If you are a public official (public servant or contractor) and you move because you were admitted to retirement after April 29, 2022, you can register on the consular list of electors until 25 May 2022.

Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register.

You must go to the Consulate (or Embassy) and provide the following documents:

For professional reasons

You can register for the Consular List until 25 May 2022, if you are:

  • You are moving out of the country because of your work (unless you transfer) after April 29, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register.
  • You are a public official (public servant or contractor) who moves because of his or her work (including transfer) after April 29, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register.
  • You are a member of the military who has been discharged from his or her home after having met the legal requirements to be active, or released from a class recall, or who has been demobilised, or who has relocated on your return to civilian life after April 29, 2022.

You must go to the Consulate (or Embassy) and provide the following documents:

You can register throughout the year.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must do so before a deadline.

This deadline depends on the date of your move.

Moving by 29 April 2022

You have to do this by 29 April 2022.

You can do this:

Online (via the register of French people living outside France)

When you sign up for register of the French established outside France, or after you have registered in this register, you can request your registration on the consular list of electors:

French register established outside France - Consular registration

On site

You must go to the consulate or the embassy.

You must provide the following documents:

Moving after 29 April 2022

Moving after 29 April 2022

General case

When your move takes place after April 29, 2022, you cannot vote in the foreigner for the general election June 2022.

Following retirement (public official)

If you are a public official (public servant or contractor) and you move because you were admitted to retirement after April 29, 2022, you can register on the consular list of electors until 26 May 2022.

Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register.

You must go to the Consulate (or Embassy) and provide the following documents:

For professional reasons

You can register for the Consular List until 26 May 2022, if you are:

  • You are moving out of the country because of your work (unless you transfer) after April 29, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register.
  • You are a public official (public servant or contractor) who moves because of his or her work (including transfer) after April 29, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register.
  • You are a member of the military who has been discharged from his or her home after having met the legal requirements to be active, or released from a class recall, or who has been demobilised, or who has relocated on your return to civilian life after April 29, 2022.

You must go to the Consulate (or Embassy) and provide the following documents:

Final return to France

If you were not registered on the electoral list of a commune when you were residing in the foreigner, then you must register on the electoral list of your commune in order to vote in France.

You move to mainland France

Moving until 6 May 2022

To vote in your new commune for the legislative elections of 12 and 19 June 2022, you had to register on the electoral list of your new commune by 6 May 2022.

You can do this:

Online (until May 4)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 6 May)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than May 6)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 6, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 6 May 2022

General case

When your move takes place after May 6, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the parliamentary elections of 12 and 19 June 2022.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after May 6, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 2 June 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after May 6, 2022, your family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You are military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you are returned to your home after meeting the legal obligations of activity, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or moved on your return to civilian life after May 6, 2022, you can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You are a public official (public servant or contractor)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 31 March 2022, if you move because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this time limit to register. You can do this:

Online

You must provide the following scanned documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You move to French Polynesia

Moving until 29 April 2022

To vote in your new commune for the 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your new commune by 29 April 2022.

You could do this:

Online (until April 27)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 29 April)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than April 29)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by april 29, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 29 April 2022

General case

When your move takes place after April 29, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the 2022 parliamentary elections.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after April 29, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 25 May 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 25 May 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after April 29, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 25 May 2022 If you are a member of the military who is returned to their home after having met the legal requirements for service, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or who moved on your return to civilian life after April 29, 2022, you can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Public official (official or contractual)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 30 March 2022, if you are moving because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by 25 May 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 25, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You move to Mayotte or Reunion

Moving until 6 May 2022

To vote in your new commune for the legislative elections of 12 and 19 June 2022, you must register on the electoral list of your new commune by 6 May 2022.

You could do this:

Online (until May 4)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 6 May)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than May 6)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 6, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 6 May 2022

General case

When your move takes place after May 6, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the parliamentary elections of 12 and 19 June 2022.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after May 6, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 2 June 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after May 6, 2022, your family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 2 June 2022 If you are a member of the military who is returned to their home after having met the legal requirements for service, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or who moved on your return to civilian life after May 6, 2022, you can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Public official (official or contractual)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 30 March 2022, if you are moving because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 2, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by june 2, 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
You move to Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Saint Barthélémy, Saint Martin or Saint-Pierre et Miquelon

Moving until 6 May 2022

To vote in your new commune for the 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your new commune by 6 May 2022.

You could do this:

Online (until May 4)

You must provide the scanned version of the following documents:

Online application for registration on the electoral lists

On site (until 6 May)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received no later than May 6)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by may 6, 2022.

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Moving after 6 May 2022

General case

When your move takes place after May 6, 2022, you cannot vote in your new commune for the parliamentary elections 2022.

Following retirement (public official or contractual)

If you were eligible to retire after May 6, 2022, you can register for your new municipality until 1 June 2022. Your family members residing with you on the date of your retirement have the same deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

  • Written and signed document certifying that you give him this authority
  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Cerfa Form 12669 (also available in town hall)
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

  • Certificate of identity
  • Proof of domicile less than 3 months
  • Proof of special situation (order for the cancellation of managers, order for the cancellation of staff, proof provided by the pension fund...)
Who shall I contact
For professional reasons
General case

You can register to vote in your new commune until 1 June 2022 If you move because of your work (except transfer) after May 6, 2022, your family members residing with you on the date of the move also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Military

You can register to vote in your new commune until 1 June 2022 If you are a member of the military who is returned to their home after having met the legal requirements for service, or released from a class recall, or demobilised, or who moved on your return to civilian life after May 6, 2022, you can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Public official (official or contractual)

You can register to vote in your new commune until 30 March 2022, if you are moving because of your work (including transfer) after March 4, 2022. Family members residing with you on the date of the move (or transfer) also have this deadline to register. You can do this:

On site (by yourself or another person)
By yourself

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
Through another person

You can have someone do this for you.

To do this, you must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact
By mail (received by June 1, 2022)

Warning  

the town hall must receive your mail by 1to June 2022.

You must provide the following documents:

Who shall I contact

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