Indians who are New Zealand permanent residents and those on holidays in India or roaming on other countries can also cast their votes for New Zealand General election. Here is the information for casting votes from Overseas location , officially provided by Electoral commission of New Zealand

You can vote in person at overseas post from Wednesday 6 September. The opening hours of overseas posts may vary, and will be subject to local holidays – please check with your nearest overseas post for their opening hours.
further information can be found from
http://www.elections.org.nz/voters/get-ready-enrol-and-vote/enrol-and-vote-overseas

Overseas posts are not open on weekends or public holidays.
India physical address
Mumbai
Physical Address:
New Zealand Consulate-General
Level 2, 3 North Avenue Road
Maker Maxity
Bandra Kurla Complex 400051
Mumbai
India

Postal Address: Same as physical address

Phone: +91 22 6131 6666 Fax: +91 22 6770 9003
Email: nzcg.mumbai@nzte.govt.nz
Office open hours: Mon-Fri: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Last day of voting: 4pm, Friday 22 September
Office will be closed on: No closures

New Delhi
Physical Address:
New Zealand High Commission
Sir Edmund Hillary Marg
Chanakyapuri 110021
New Delhi
India
Otherways download application for enrollment, and also caste votes
Return your voting papers from overseas

You can return your voting papers from overseas from Wednesday 6 September by:

Scanning, photographing and uploading them here
Faxing them to +64 4 494 2300
Posting them to:
Overseas Voting
Electoral Commission
PO Box 3220
Wellington 6140
NEW ZEALAND
Posting them or hand delivering them to your nearest overseas post.

Voting papers returned to the Electoral Commission by upload or fax must be received no later than 7pm, Saturday 23 September (NZ time).

Voting papers returned to the Electoral Commission by post must be postmarked no later than Thursday, 21 September and received at the Electoral Commission or at your Returning Officer’s headquarters by noon, Wednesday 27 September.

Voting papers returned to an overseas post must be received before the close of voting at that post, usually 4pm (local time) Friday 22 September (subject to local holidays).
Locations of overseas posts for the 2017 General Election

The Electoral commission of New Zealand announced that, Those eligible voters can vote from India or overseas if one enrolled,or and:

you’re a New Zealand citizen who has been in NZ within the past 3 years, or
you’re a permanent resident of New Zealand who has been in NZ within the past 12 months

You need to be enrolled by midnight, Friday 22 September (NZ time). You cannot enrol on election day.

Enrol, check or update your enrolment details now

If you have any further questions about enrolling or voting from overseas:

Email overseas@elections.org.nz
From within NZ call 0800 36 76 56
From overseas call +64 9 909 4182 (International call rates may apply)

Download and print your voting papers

From Wednesday 6 September you can download and print voting papers from our website.

You won’t be able to do this if you’re inside NZ or if you’re on the unpublished roll.

Click here to download and print your voting papers.

How to return your voting papers
Ask for postal voting papers

You can ask to be sent postal voting papers. These voting papers will be sent from New Zealand at the beginning of September, about three weeks before election day.

Voting papers are not automatically sent to voters who are overseas.

To ask for postal voting papers, you’ll need to provide the following information:

Full name
Date of birth
Email and/or phone number
New Zealand address where you are enrolled to vote
Overseas address where you want your voting papers to be sent in the mail.

Please send this information by:

Email: overseas@elections.org.nz
Post: Electoral Commission, PO Box 3220, Wellington 6140, NEW ZEALAND

How to return your voting papers
Vote in person at an overseas post

You can vote in person at an overseas post from Wednesday 6 September. The opening hours of overseas posts may vary, and will be subject to local holidays – please check with your nearest overseas post for their opening hours.

Overseas posts are not open on weekends or public holidays.

Find your nearest overseas post
Return your voting papers from overseas

Electroal commission of New Zealand announce that, those who eligible permanent residents from abroad can return your voting papers from overseas from Wednesday 6 September . Those Indian eligible voters who are in India can cast their votes in India itself by following addressin Mumbai or New Delhi or do the instrustions below

Voters who are currently abroad can caste their vote can either by

Scanning, photographing and uploading them here
Faxing them to +64 4 494 2300
Posting them to:
Overseas Voting
Electoral Commission
PO Box 3220
Wellington 6140
NEW ZEALAND
Posting them or hand delivering them to your nearest overseas post.

Voting papers returned to the Electoral Commission by upload or fax must be received no later than 7pm, Saturday 23 September (NZ time).

Voting papers returned to the Electoral Commission by post must be postmarked no later than Thursday, 21 September and received at the Electoral Commission or at your Returning Officer’s headquarters by noon, Wednesday 27 September.

Voting papers returned to an overseas post must be received before the close of voting at that post, usually 4pm (local time) Friday 22 September (subject to local holidays).
Locations of overseas posts for the 2017 General Election
for further information go to this link
http://www.elections.org.nz/events/2017-general-election/voting-2017-general-election/voting-overseas

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