Change of Address in Indiana
Keep reading this page to find out how to change your address on your Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) documents.
If you've changed either your mailing or physical address in Indiana, you must notify the IN BMV within 30 days.
You can update your address with the IN BMV either online or in person only.
NOTE: You can only update your mailing address online. If you need to update your main residency address, you must submit the change in person.
To submit your address change online, visit the myBMV.com website and create an account (if you don't already have one) or login to your existing account.
NOTE: You can update your mailing address only using this online system.
To change your address on your Indiana BMV records in person, visit your local BMV office and submit 2 documents to prove your new IN address.
While at the office, you can apply for replacement documents showing your new address (continue reading below).
Once you've changed your address with the Indiana BMV, you can request a replacement driver's license or ID card showing your new address.
Visit your local IN BMV office with:
- 1 document to prove your identity.
- 1 document to prove your Social Security number.
- 1 document to prove your legal U.S. presence.
- 2 documents to prove your Indiana address.
- Payment for the replacement fee of $10.50.
If you'd like an updated car title or registration document showing your new address, you'll need to apply for a replacement.
You may be able to order a replacement registration online once you've changed your address on your Indiana BMV records. You can also request a replacement in person.
For more information, visit our following pages:
If you've just moved to Indiana, you will need to transfer your out-of-state driver's license within 60 days of becoming a resident.
You will need to surrender your current driver's license, provide various documents, and pay the driver's license fee. For complete instructions, visit our Applying for a New License page.
If you've had a change in your name, you'll need to visit your local Indiana BMV office in person and have your information updated. This includes changes in your name due to marriage, divorce, or any other court order.
Make sure you bring with you proof of your name change and any other required documents.
NOTE: You will need to pay a fee for updated documents.
For complete instructions, read our Changing Your Name in IN page.
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