You can ask someone you know to help you enrol or to enrol on your behalf.
A support person can help you complete your form
You can ask a support person, such as a friend or family member, to help you complete your enrolment form, or to complete your form for you.
You need to sign the form.
Asking someone to enrol on your behalf
If you’re overseas you can ask someone to enrol on your behalf, as long as that person is enrolled to vote. You could ask a family member, friend or someone who holds a power of attorney for you.
If you get a family member or a friend to enrol for you, they must write ‘Elector overseas — signed by their direction’ next to their signature on the enrolment form.
If you get someone who holds a power of attorney to enrol for you, they must write ‘Elector overseas — Power of attorney’ next to their signature on the enrolment form.
Helping a person with a physical or mental impairment to enrol from overseas
If you want to help someone who is overseas and can’t complete and sign their enrolment form because of a physical or mental impairment, go to the following page to find out how:
Getting help to enrol