No. You must be a U.S. Citizen to register and vote.
17 year olds who will be 18 by the November election are eligible to register and vote in the Primary election. However, they are not permitted to vote on any public question on the ballot. A special 17 year old ballot that does not include the public question(s) is available for those voters.
A voter with a disability or who is unable to read or write English may designate anyone to assist them, including a relative or friend, except for a voter's employer or their union officer or representative. A voter may also be assisted by two poll workers (each of a different political party.) An affidavit must be completed BEFORE entering the booth to assist the voter. No one who assists a voter may disclose information about how that person voted.
Your voting location will have at least one booth and voting panel that have been designated for ADA use. These booths have shorter legs with leg extenders that make them more accessible to a person seated in a wheelchair. Machines designated for ADA use will have "Double Talk" hardware which will assist visually impaired voters to hear the ballot through headphones.
Indiana allows students to choose about where to register to vote. If you are attending college, you may change your registration and vote at your campus address or choose to remain registered at your home address. If registered at your home address, you can request a mailed ballot or come home to vote.
In Indiana, voting rights of convicted persons are restored upon their release from incarceration. An individual, who has been released from prison, even if on probation, parole or home detention, may register to vote and vote in elections.
As long as you are a registered voter in Allen County, you can vote in your previous precinct one last time, but will be required to complete a form to update your address.