Important information about the European Parliamentary Elections for all EU citizens in Haringey
Citizens of other European Union (EU) countries that live in Haringey and wish to vote in the forthcoming European Parliamentary Elections from within the borough - instead of another EU member state - must ‘opt in’ to do so by Tuesday 7 May 2019. The European Parliamentary Elections are scheduled to take place here on Thursday 23 May 2019.
With EU citizens potentially able to vote from other European nations, they need to complete an additional form if they wish to mark their ballot papers solely in the United Kingdom.
Alternatively, if you are a European citizen living in Haringey and you’re not registered to vote in either your country of origin or residence, you need to be registered by Tuesday 7 May 2019. You can register online here. Once registered, you will then need to ‘opt-in’ by completing the form below and sending it back to us by Tuesday 7 May 2019.
We have endeavoured to send all such Haringey residents the relevant form and included a return envelope.
If you have not received or misplaced the form though, you can download it here:
Please return your completed form to one of the following offices:
- Electoral Registration
- Electoral Services
George Meehan House
You can also scan and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org
All the necessary instructions about the form are contained within it. If you have any questions, please contact the Elections Helpline on 020 8489 1000.
We must receive your application by Tuesday 7 May 2019. If you do not complete and return the form to us by then, you will not be able to vote in the European Parliamentary Elections at a polling station in Haringey on Thursday 23 May 2019.
Please note that the form is not required from citizens of Cyprus, Malta or the Republic of Ireland.