Comparison of remote voting rights for citizens of countries in the Americas, Europe and Oceania residing abroad in five types of elections: supranational, national presidential, national parliamentary, regional assembly, and local assembly. Most countries allow remote voting for national parliamentary and presidential elections. Remote voting in local and regional elections is less common. If available, it applies only to some countries or constituencies.
Overview of voting methods for non-resident citizens in direct national legislative or presidential elections in the Americas, Europe and Oceania. Most countries allow remote voting through postal voting, return to the country for casting a vote and/or embassy voting. Only 5 countries allow voting by proxy. E-voting is available in Estonia, France (suspended) and Mexico, and in Australia, Colombia and Switzerland in some foreign countries or for some constituencies.