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FEO Verify Your Voter Information
Please enter the following details to verify your Voter details,
Related : Fijian Election Office Voter Registration : www.electionin.org/2020.html
1. Enter Evr No
2. Enter Date of Birth
3. Click on the Search button
Fijian Electoral Education Centre FEEC
Following the completion of the 2014 General Election, the Fijian Elections Office [FEO], in its post-election period worked on developing and implementing a five  year Strategic Plan.
The FEO’s Strategic Plan has given high priority to training and education for capacity building. This priority has provided the genesis of the Fijian Electoral Education Centre [FEEC] within the FEO in 2015.
The formation of FEEC is aligned to Goal Eight  of the Strategic Plan :
‘To enhance the knowledge and skills of Fijian Elections Office staff and stakeholders through training and capacity building’.
The six objectives of this goal describe the activities currently undertaken by the FEEC :
Objective 1 : Establish the FEEC to offer both internal and external training on elections
Objective 2 : Ascertain the training needs of FEO staff
Objective 3 : Provide capacity building programs for the FEO staff
Objective 4 : Deliver electoral training programs to the relevant stakeholders
Objective 5 : Review and develop operational training programs for the conduct of elections
Objective 6 : Gain Accreditation for the establishment of the FEEC
In undertaking the above activities, the FEEC is also targeting to become a leading institution in providing electoral education in Fiji.
Frequently Asking Questions
1. How long does it take to register or update my details?
It takes approximately fifteen  minutes to register or update your details on our database. Please note that the printing of your EVR card will vary depending on the registration centre.
2. I am eighteen (18) years old, can I register to vote? What are the requirements?
Yes, you can register. You will need to take your birth certificate and a valid photo ID such as the FNPF card, Social Welfare card, valid passport or student ID to a FEO Office.
3. My daughter is seventeen (17) years old now, can she vote in the next Election?
Yes, certainly as she will be eighteen  years old in 2018. The voter registration process will continue until then. When your daughter is eighteen  years old, she can register to vote.
Remember she cannot vote without being registered. Once eighteen , she needs to visit any of the FEO Offices with a valid form of photo ID and birth certificate.
4. My dad is at home and he has never registered, what can he do?
Advise him to complete a ‘Registration Form’. He would need to bring his birth certificate and any valid photo ID to the FEO Offices in Suva, Lautoka or Labasa. Remember, he must be physically present.