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    Summary: How to Change Your Address in Arizona

    Information on how to change your address with the Arizona DMV, and how to obtain an updated driver's license/ID card, vehicle registration, and title certificate showing your new address.

    Changing Your Address in Arizona

    If you recently moved to a new address in Arizona, you’ll need to notify the Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) at your earliest convenience. Upon completing the address change, you’ll be able to apply for an updated copy of your AZ driver’s license or ID card, vehicle registration, and title.

    Continue reading this page for all the information you need to update your address in Arizona.

    Change Your Address with the AZ MVD

    If you hold an Arizona driver’s license or ID card and recently moved to a new address, you must notify the AZ MVD within 10 days. When you make the change of address with the MVD, both your driver’s license and vehicle records will be updated.

    NOTE: Changing your name with the AZ MVD will update your records only. If you'd like updated documents (i.e. driver's license, registration etc.) see "Request Updated License/Registration/Title" below.

    You can change your address with the Arizona MVD online, by phone, or in person at your local AZ MVD branch office.

    Online

    You can make a change of address online at the AZ MVD website. The system will ask you to provide your:

    • Full name.
    • Birth date.
    • Driver’s license or ID card number.
    • New address.

    Afterwards, you can view and print your confirmation receipt. You’ll also have the option to obtain an updated copy of your driver’s license or ID card. There is a $12 fee if you decide to order a replacement.

    NOTE: The online system will not allow you to process an address change during its scheduled maintenance between 11:50 p.m. and 12:10 a.m. (daily) and Sunday between 12 a.m. and 2 a.m.

    By Phone

    You can process your address change by calling the Arizona MVD at the following contact numbers:

    • Phoenix: (602) 255-0072.
    • Tucson: (520) 629-9808.
    • Everywhere else in AZ: (800) 251-5866.

    In Person

    To change your address in person with the Arizona MVD, you must:

    • Visit your local Arizona MVD office.
    • Provide your name, date of birth, and AZ driver’s license or ID card number.
    • Pay the $12 replacement fee, if you would like to obtain replacement driver’s license or ID card.

    For more details about what you’ll need to bring to get an updated driver’s license, you can contact the MVD offices directly or visit our page about replacing a driver's license in Arizona.

    Request Updated License/Registration/Title

    After requesting your address change, the Arizona MVD will update both your vehicle and driver’s license records and any following correspondence will be sent to your new address.

    While not required, you can request updated documents showing your new address. To learn how to obtain an updated driver’s license and vehicle documents, visit our following pages:

    NOTE: You can change your address on your certificate of title at the same time as applying for a duplicate title.

    New Arizona Residents

    As soon as you become a resident of Arizona, you’ll need to handle a couple tasks such as applying for an AZ driver’s license and registering your out-of-state vehicle.

    You can visit our page for new Arizona residents for more information.

    Changing Your Name in Arizona

    If you recently changed your name in Arizona due to a marriage, divorce, or other reasons, getting updated documents (i.e. AZ driver’s license, car registration, and title certificate) from the MVD will be the next items on your list.

    For additional information on how to report a name change to the MVD, please visit our page about Changing Your Name in Arizona.

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