Place the unmarked envelope in an envelope that should contain the address of the CEC. In addition to the unmarked envelope, place a copy of your valid identification document in the envelope.
Envelopes received within the deadline by voters registered for voting by mail are initially verified by the CEC. Once verified, they are forwarded to the Count and Results Center. Only unmarked envelopes containing ballot paper or ballot papers are sent to the CRC. In this way, when unmarked envelopes are opened, voters who have sent those ballots cannot be identified, thus protecting the secrecy of the vote of people voting by mail.