On this page, you can find out about registering to vote in Northern Ireland.
Voters living in Northern Ireland
The deadline to register to vote was Monday 22 May. It is now too late to register to vote at the UK general election on 8 June.
Voters living overseas
The deadline to register as an overseas voter for the UK general election on Thursday 8 June has now passed. If you didn’t register and were not already registered, it is now too late.
If you were already registered and have been asked to renew your registration and haven’t yet done so, make sure you renew as soon as possible or you may not be able to vote.
Don't forget your photo ID
When you go to your polling station on election day don't forget to bring a correct form of photo ID. Without it you won't be able to vote!
The following forms of ID can be accepted at the polling station:
- A UK or Irish passport
- A UK, Irish or EEA driving licence
- A Translink Senior Smartpass
- A Translink 60+ Smartpass
- A Translink War Disabled Smartpass
- A Translink Blind Person's Smartpass
- An Electoral Identity Card
The identification does not need to be 'current' but the presiding officer at the polling station must be satisfied that the photograph matches that of the person intending to vote.
No other form of photo ID can be accepted at the polling station. This includes ID such as work passes or parking blue badges.
For more information on applying for an electoral ID card, visit http://www.eoni.org.uk/Electoral-Identity-Card/How-to-apply or call 0800 4320 712.