Change of Address in Kansas
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Address Changes in Kansas
You must update your address with the Kansas Division of Vehicles if you hold any of the following documents:
- KS driver’s license or ID card.
- Kansas certificate of title.
- KS vehicle registration.
The Kansas DMV requires you to update your address within 10 days of moving.
You can change your address online, by mail, or in person at your local KS DMV office.
NOTE: This will update your KS driver’s license and vehicle registration records only. The KS DMV will not issue you a replacement card unless you apply for one. See the “Replace Your KS Driver’s License/ID” and “Replace Your KS Registration and Title” sections below for more information.
To change your Kansas address online, use the KS DMV Online Address Change System.
You’ll need to provide your:
- Kansas driver’s license or ID card number.
- Last 4 digits of your Social Security number (SSN).
- Date of birth.
To change your address in Kansas by mail, you will need to complete the Change of Address Form (DC-1) and mail it to:
Driver Control Bureau
P.O. Box 12021
Topeka, KS 66612
You’ll need to include your:
- Full name.
- KS driver's license or ID card number.
- Date of birth.
- New mailing address.
NOTE: The KS DMV requests that you do not include periods or commas.
To change the address with the Kansas DMV in person, visit your local KS driver's license examination station.
You may need to show proof of your:
- Identity, such as your:
- U.S. birth certificate.
- U.S. military ID.
- Kansas residency, such as your:
- Utility bill.
- Bank statement.
- College or university records.
Since you will not receive an updated Kansas driver’s license or ID card when you submit an address change, you’ll need to apply for a replacement separately.
To find out how to obtain a Kansas driver’s license or ID card that reflects your new address, follow the same directions outlined on our Replacing a Lost License in Kansas page.
NOTE: If you already updated the address on your Kansas driver’s license or ID card with the KS DMV, you do not have to notify the KS DMV again for your vehicle registration records. The KS DMV will know where to send your renewal notice.
If you’re registered to vote in Kansas and recently moved, you must update your voter registration records by re-registering to vote.
Conveniently, you can do this online, by mail, or in person at your local Kansas county election office.
You can change your address online when you update your KS DMV records using the online address change system (see the “Notify the Kansas DMV of Your Address Change” section above).
You can also change your voter registration address using the KS Department of Revenue’s Online Voter Registration system.
By Mail or In Person
If you’ve moved to Kansas from out of state, you must transfer your out-of-state license within 90 days, and also transfer your vehicle registration and title to Kansas within 90 days.
For more information, visit the following pages:
- Applying for a New License (Adult Drivers 18+)
- Applying for a New License (Teen Drivers)
- KS Vehicle Registration
- Title Transfers in Kansas
The KS DMV requires you to report your name change within 10 days of making the change. You must apply in person at your local Kansas driver license office.
For more information on how to change the name on your Kansas driver’s license, commercial driver’s license (CDL), ID card, vehicle title, or registration card with the KS DMV, read our Changing Your Name in Kansas page.