Identification Cards in Kansas
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You need identification whenever you want to fly, drive, go overseas or cash a check. If you're a Kansas resident and do not have a driver's license, you can obtain a state-issued identification card.
Just as in obtaining a driver's license, you'll need to visit a driver's license exam station. All stations are closed on Mondays. You can apply at any station, regardless of where in Kansas you reside.
To obtain a state ID you'll need to present two proof of identity documents. The fee is $14. For seniors 65 and older, the fee is $10 plus the $8 photo fee.
ID cards are valid for six years and you should receive a renewal notice shortly before your card is due to expire. Renewals are available through driver's license exam stations for a $22 fee.
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