If I have been in prison or on parole, how can I have my voting rights restored in the state of Nevada?

Nevada law provides that people who have been convicted of certain felonies and have served out their sentences immediately have their voting rights restored. Furthermore, people who have been discharged from probation or parole for certain felonies also automatically have their voting rights restored. 

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