Applications for change of registered address by electors must be submitted with address proofs issued in the last three months.
Note: The address proof requirement for new voter registration will be implemented with effect from 1 May 2022.
- Acceptable address proofs
- Sample co-habitant declaration(open in new window)
- Sample statutory declaration(open in new window)
For applicants/electors who are the authorised occupants of public rental housing under the Housing Department or registered residents in the tenancy of subsidised housing under the Hong Kong Housing Society applying for voter registration/change of registered address, and that the addresses in the tenancy records match the residential addresses provided by them, address proof requirement for such persons may be exempted.
However, residents of housing units under the Home Ownership Scheme, Green Form Subsidised Home Ownership Scheme or public housing units which have been sold (e.g. flats under the Tenants Purchase Scheme) fall outside the scope of exemption and the applicants/electors concerned should provide valid address proofs.
For cases where the Electoral Registration Officer cannot cross check an address information in the data matching with concerned department/organisation, the Electoral Registration Officer may request the applicant/ elector to provide an address proof when applying for new voter registration/change of registered address under section 4 and 10A of the Electoral Affairs Commission (Registration of Electors)(Legislative Council Geographical Constituencies)(District Council Constituencies) Regulation (Cap. 541A).