Organization : Electoral Commission Queensland
Facility : Change Enrolment Name
Country : Australia
State : Queensland
Website : www.aec.gov.au/enrol/change-name.htm
Change Here : https://forms.aec.gov.au/Enrolment/Form/Apply/83056040-0525-4745-bc91-a04d00a11c5d?mode=Wizard
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Change Enrolment Name :
If you change your name, you must update your enrolment with your new details or you could be removed from the electoral roll and you will be unable to vote.
Related / Similar Service : check.aec.gov.au
You will need to provide evidence of your identity. You can use your driver’s licence, Australian passport number or have someone who is enrolled confirm your identity. Please note that the AEC cannot accept any other forms of identification, such as 18+ or Proof of Age cards.
When you enrol your name and address is added to the electoral roll; this is a list of all people eligible to vote in an election. A copy of the Queensland electoral roll is available for public inspection at ECQ head office.
Access to the Commonwealth electoral roll can be arranged through the Australian Electoral Commission.
Eligibility requirements :
It is compulsory to enrol and vote in local, state and federal elections if you :
** have turned 16, however you will not be eligible to vote until you are 18;
** are an Australian citizen or eligible British subject; and
** have lived at your address for at least 1 month.
About Us :
Our organisational structure ensures our efforts and resources are focussed on providing quality electoral services throughout Queensland, and ensuring that our electoral system is accessible to all electors.
ECQ staff are expected to adhere to the Queensland Public Service Code of Conduct, which establishes the principles of ethical behaviour that public service staff must uphold.
Contact Us :
Electoral Commission of Queensland
GPO Box 1393
Brisbane QLD 4001