Change of Address in ArkansasPage Overview
This page will guide you through changing your address with the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration's (DFA) Office of Driver Services and Office of Motor Vehicle (OMV).
When you move to another address in Arkansas, you’ll need to notify the AR DFA Office of Driver Services of your new address. You can do this either:
- In person at a DFA office.
- By e-mail to email@example.com
- By mail (see below).
If changing your address in person or by email, you will need to provide your:
- Full name (as it appears on your driver’s license).
- AR driver’s license/ID card number.
- Date of birth.
- Driver’s license issue and expiration date.
- Previous address.
- New address.
To mail in your address change request, send a completed Change of Address Form for Arkansas Motor Vehicle and Driver’s License to:
Driver's License Issuance
P.O. Box 1272
Little Rock, AR 72203
Once you’ve notified the AR DFA of your new address, it’s up to you whether you’d like to order an updated driver’s license/ID card. If you would like a replacement card showing your new address, follow the instructions on our relevant pages:
You can change your address on your Arkansas vehicle registration online or by contacting the AR DFA Office of Motor Vehicle (OMV).
To update your address online, visit the AR DFA vehicle registration renewal page. If your registration is about to expire, you can change your address at the same time as renewing.
If you’d like an updated certificate of title showing your new address, you’ll need to obtain a replacement. See our Replacing Your Title in Arkansas page for more information.
If you’ve recently moved to Arkansas, you’ll need to obtain an AR driver’s license within 30 days of becoming a resident and register any vehicles you have with the OMV, also within 30 days.
You will need to visit your local DFA office in person, submit the required documents, and pay the required fees.
For more information, visit our following pages:
If you’ve had a name change for any reason, such as marriage or divorce, you’ll need to visit your local Arkansas DFA office in person and have your documents updated.
You will need to show proof of your name change and pay the required fees.
More information can be found on our Changing Your Name in Arkansas page.