Certified List of OFW Voters (CLOV) in Norway

Norway has always been a popular destination for Filipinos due to its thriving economy and high standard of living. Despite being away from their homeland, Filipinos in Norway are among the most politically active citizens. Many of them are eager to know if they are eligible to vote in the upcoming elections. To check your eligibility, search for your name on the certified list of OFW voters (CLOV) on the websites of Philippine Foreign Posts.

As the Philippines prepares for the elections, the Philippine Embassy in Norway will make the voters’ list available to our kababayans as soon as possible. The most recent list of certified overseas voters (CLOV) will be used in this election. This document may be used to estimate the number of foreign voters in the region. By participating in the upcoming COMELEC national elections, Filipinos in Norway can have a say in shaping the future of the Philippines.

Filipinos in Norway benefited from the preparations made by the Philippine Embassy for the 2025 national elections.

The embassy conducted field registration for Filipinos in Iceland who were eligible to vote but were not yet registered.

The field registration took place on June 16 and 17, 2023, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Miðgarður by Center Hotels, Laugavegur 120, 105 Reykjavik, Iceland.

Filipinos who wished to register were required to bring their valid Philippine passport.

In the absence of a valid Philippine passport, supporting documents such as a certification issued by the embassy, photocopy of the identification certificate for dual citizens, or photocopy of seafarers book for seafarers could be presented.

By registering as overseas voters, Filipinos in Norway were able to actively participate in the important decisions of the COMELEC national elections and had a say in shaping the future of the Philippines.

List of Registered Overseas Filipino Voters in Norway

Filipinos living abroad who are registered to vote can seek help from Philippine diplomatic missions. The Philippine embassy in Norway will assist citizens in understanding how to vote in the upcoming elections. Before you cast your vote in the Philippine national elections from Norway, make sure your name appears on the nation’s Certified List of Overseas Voters (CLOV).

You can get the most recent advice and details on national elections and overseas voting in your host country by either browsing the embassy’s website or contacting their office by phone. To see the list of people registered to vote in the forthcoming Philippine national elections from Norway, click on the link below.

As of the writing of this article, the Philippine Embassy in this location HAS NOT YET PUBLISHED the updated CLOV for the 2025 elections. Keep an eye out for updates either from the Philippine Embassy or this page; we will post all relevant information as soon as it becomes available.

If you are a Filipino residing in Norway and need assistance with the overseas voting procedure or wish to confirm your details on the CLOV, please get in touch with the embassy. The list is organized alphabetically for your convenience. Election commission (COMELEC) officials may also make annotations on the list. To confirm your information on the list, use the quick shortcut given in the following section.

Tip: Use CTRL + F to avoid scrolling through a lengthy list of names. A search box will appear on the file where you can enter your last name to see if your information is included. Since the document is case-sensitive, make sure your name is spelled correctly and that the search field has no extra spaces or characters.

How to Find Your Name in List of Absentee Voters in Norway

  1. Visit the website where the Philippine Embassy in Norway has displayed the Certified List of Overseas Voters (CLOV). The list is organized alphabetically by last names for easy navigation.
  2. Find the PDF file that matches the first letter of your last name and click to view it. The list is divided into multiple PDFs, each covering a specific range of surnames in alphabetical sequence.
  3. Carefully go through the list to locate your name. If you find it, great news! You are eligible to vote in the forthcoming elections.
  • If your name is listed, this confirms that you have successfully registered for overseas voting and can take part in the crucial choices of the upcoming COMELEC national elections.
  • If your name is not there, don’t be discouraged! This simply indicates you won’t be voting this round. Nonetheless, you can get ready for future elections.

How to Vote in Philippine Elections at the Philippine Embassy in Norway

Step 1: Confirm Your Right to Vote

First, ensure your name is listed on Norway’s Certified List of Overseas Voters. This confirms your voting eligibility.

Step 2: Show Valid ID

Approach the Special Board of Election Inspectors (SBEI) and present a valid form of identification, such as your passport, to verify your identity.

Step 3: Acquire Your Ballot

Upon verification, sign the voter register and collect your voting ballot. Inspect it for any signs of damage or marking.

Step 4: Enter the Voting Zone

Move to the assigned voting space. The SBEI will provide you with a folder and a pen to maintain the confidentiality of your vote.

Step 5: Complete the Ballot

Carefully adhere to the guidelines to fill out your ballot without any extra markings or mistakes.

Step 6: Make Thoughtful Choices

You may select one President, one Vice President, a maximum of twelve Senators, and one Party List. Be cautious not to overvote.

Step 7: Hand in Your Filled Ballot

Go back to the SBEI and insert your completed ballot into the Vote Counting Machine (VCM).

Step 8: Wait for Receipt

Stand by as your voter’s receipt is being printed. Do not pull it out yourself; it serves as evidence of your vote.

Step 9: Verify Your Choices

Examine your voter’s receipt to ensure that all your selections have been correctly documented.

Step 10: Dispose of the Receipt

If everything is accurate, place your voter’s receipt in the designated box for Voter’s Receipts. Remember, taking pictures or making copies is not allowed.

Step 11: Report Any Issues

If you find any discrepancies, inform the SBEI immediately. However, be aware that making false allegations is prohibited.

Step 12: Leave the Voting Location

Well done! You’ve successfully cast your vote at the Philippine Embassy in Norway. Thank you for participating in this vital democratic activity.

Contact Information of the Philippine Embassy in Norway

Address: Nedre Vollgate 8, 0158 Oslo, Norway
Telephone number: +4722400900
Office Hours: Weekdays only, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PHinNorway

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