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If you are a German citizen living abroad, you can still vote in the European elections. To do so, you must apply to be entered on the electoral roll.
Application in accordance with Annex 2 to the European Election Regulations
Annex 2 to the European Election Regulations The forms are also available from diplomatic and consular missions abroad.
You can register on the electoral roll as a German citizen or German citizen abroad if you are on the register on the electoral roll if you are German or German nationals within the meaning of Article 116(1) of the Basic Law, are at least 18 years old on election day are not excluded from the right to vote have been resident in a member state of the European Union for at least 3 months on the day of the election or are otherwise ordinarily resident there, or after reaching the age of 14, have resided or otherwise been habitually resident in the Federal Republic of Germany for an uninterrupted period of at least three months and this residence did not take place more than 25 years previously, or for other reasons you have acquired personal and direct familiarity with the political conditions in the Federal Republic of Germany and are affected by them, in all cases, you have submitted a written application in accordance with Annex 2 to the European Election Regulations by the 21st day before the election, which includes a corresponding declaration in lieu of an oath to the effect that you do not vote in any other member state or in any other German municipality.
You can register as a German citizen living abroad you can be entered on the electoral roll for the European elections as follows register: You submit an application in accordance with Annex 2 of the European Election Regulations to the last municipality in which you had a residence or otherwise usually resided before moving abroad. If you have never lived in Germany, the application must be submitted to the Berlin Mitte district authority. The authority decides on the application and at the same time sends out absentee ballot documents or a negative decision.
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