- Location: Indiana
Changing Your Address in Indiana
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When you change your address, don't forget to notify the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). Indiana Code 9-24-13-4 requires it. You don't need to change your license, but you do need to notify BMV in writing if you move.
You should make the change within 60 days of the move. (The same holds true for learner's permits and state identification cards.) You may also want to change your vehicle registration at the same time.
You also have the option of just writing to the BMV to notify them of an address change:
- BMV Driver Services
- 100 North Senate Ave. N405
- Indianapolis, IN 46204
Make sure to include your name and new address, driver's license number, Social Security number and previous address. You'll also need to include some sort of computer-generated document that contains your new address. Examples of this would be your cable bill, electric bill, or employment pay stub. Or, take a look at other proof of residency documents.
If you were recently married and changed your last name, you'll need to register the change at any license agency. Bring along the marriage certificate or application of marriage/record. If you've also changed your address, you'll need to provide one proof of residency document.
It will cost you $10 for your new license. You will also need to hand over your old one.
If you need more information about name or address changes, try calling the central BMV at 888-692-6841, option 2.Articles