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Registration of a person who has become French

Verified 27 April 2022 - Legal and Administrative Information Directorate (Prime Minister)

To be on the list of electors and thus be able to vote, you may need to take a step. The approach is different depending on where you live, and when you became French.

You live in mainland France

The process depends on the date:

  • from which you became aware of your naturalisation
  • or from which you have acquired nationality by declaration or express manifestation of will.

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After 6 May 2022

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your town hall by 2 June 2022.

You can do this:

On site (by yourself or not)
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:

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

Warning  

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

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Between 2019 and 6 May 2022

You are automatically registered on the electoral list of the municipality of your home.

You verify your election registration.

If you are not registered, you must apply.

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 6 May 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

Before 2019

You must register on the electoral roll.

You can do this throughout the year.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 6 May 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

The electoral map you are sent by mail to your home no later than 3 days before the 1to round of the election (or referendum).

If your electoral map was not distributed to you before the election or referendum, it is kept at the polling station. You can recover it by presenting a identification.

You live in French Polynesia

The process depends on the date:

  • from which you became aware of your naturalisation
  • or from which you have acquired nationality by declaration or express manifestation of will.

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After 29 April 2022

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your town hall by 25 May 2022.

You can do this:

On site (by yourself or not)
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:

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

Warning  

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

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Between 2019 and 29 April 2022

You are automatically registered on the electoral list of the municipality of your home.

You verify your election registration.

If you are not registered, you must apply.

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 29 April 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

Before 2019

You must register on the electoral roll.

You can do this throughout the year.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 29 April 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

The electoral map you are sent by mail to your home no later than 3 days before the 1to round of the election (or referendum).

If your electoral map was not distributed to you before the election or referendum, it is kept at the polling station. You can recover it by presenting a identification.

You live in Mayotte or Reunion

The process depends on the date:

  • from which you became aware of your naturalisation
  • or from which you have acquired nationality by declaration or express manifestation of will.

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After 6 May 2022

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your town hall by 2 June 2022.

You can do this:

On site (by yourself or not)
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:

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

Warning  

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

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Between 2019 and 6 May 2022

You are automatically registered on the electoral list of the municipality of your home.

You verify your election registration.

If you are not registered, you must apply.

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 6 May 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

Before 2019

You must register on the electoral roll.

You can do this throughout the year.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 6 May 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

The electoral map you are sent by mail to your home no later than 3 days before the 1to round of the election (or referendum).

If your electoral map was not distributed to you before the election or referendum, it is kept at the polling station. You can recover it by presenting a identification.

You live in Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Martinique, Saint Barthélémy, Saint Martin or Saint-Pierre et Miquelon

The process depends on the date:

  • from which you became aware of your naturalisation
  • or from which you have acquired nationality by declaration or express manifestation of will.

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After 6 May 2022

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the electoral list of your town hall by 1 June 2022.

You can do this:

On site (by yourself or not)
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:

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

Warning  

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

You must send the following documents:

Who shall I contact

Between 2019 and 6 May 2022

You are automatically registered on the electoral list of the municipality of your home.

You verify your election registration.

If you are not registered, you must apply.

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 6 May 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

Before 2019

You must register on the electoral roll.

You can do this throughout the year.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 6 May 2022 to register for the town hall.

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

The electoral map you are sent by mail to your home no later than 3 days before the 1to round of the election (or referendum).

If your electoral map was not distributed to you before the election or referendum, it is kept at the polling station. You can recover it by presenting a identification.

You live in foreigner

The process depends on the date from which you became aware of your naturalisation, or the date from which you acquired nationality by declaration or express manifestation of will.

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After 29 April 2022

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the Consular List of Electors by 25 May 2022.

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

Between 2019 and 29 April 2022

You are automatically registered on the consular list of electors.

You verify your election registration.

If you are not registered, you must apply.

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 29 April 2022 to do this.

You can do this:

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

You can register on the Consular List when you register on the register of the French established outside France or after registration.

You must use this online service:

French register established outside France - Consular registration

Before 2019

You must register on the Consular List of Electors.

You can do this throughout the year.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 29 April 2022to do this.

You can do this:

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

You can register on the Consular List when you register on the register of the French established outside France or after registration.

You must use this online service:

French register established outside France - Consular registration

The process depends on the date from which you became aware of your naturalisation, or the date from which you acquired nationality by declaration or express manifestation of will.

Répondez aux questions successives et les réponses s’afficheront automatiquement

After 29 April 2022

To vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you must register on the Consular List of Electors by 26 May 2022.

You can do this:

You must provide the Consulate with the following documents:

Between 2019 and 29 April 2022

You are automatically registered on the consular list of electors.

You verify your election registration.

If you are not registered, you must apply.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 29 April 2022 to do this.

You can do this:

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

You can register on the Consular List when you register on the register of the French established outside France or after registration.

You must use this online service:

French register established outside France - Consular registration

Before 2019

You must register on the Consular List of Electors.

You can do this throughout the year.

But to vote for the June 2022 parliamentary elections, you have until 29 April 2022 to do this.

You can do this:

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

You can register on the Consular List when you register on the register of the French established outside France or after registration.

You must use this online service:

French register established outside France - Consular registration

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