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    ID Cards in Missouri

    Missouri non-driver photo identification cards (ID) can be used as an alternative form of identification if you don’t have a driver’s license. You can use a Missouri ID card to travel, do banking, and prove your age.

    This page contains information on how to apply for a Missouri ID card, fees, renewing or replacing your Missouri ID card, and changing your name or address.

    Missouri ID Card Eligibility Requirements

    The Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) does NOT have a minimum age requirement to apply for a Missouri non-driver ID card. As long as you are a resident of Missouri, you may apply.

    If you’re a minor, your parent or guardian must supply your proof of identity and residency.

    You cannot hold both a MO non-driver ID card and a U.S. driver’s license or out-of-state ID card at the same time. You must surrender any out-of-state ID cards or licenses when you apply for a MO ID card.

    Apply for a Missouri Identification Card

    You must apply for your Missouri non-driver ID card in person at a local DOR branch. The DOR does not take appointments for Missouri ID card applications.

    You cannot apply online or by mail.

    You will need:

    • To surrender any out-of-state ID cards or licenses to the MO DOR.
    • Your Social Security number (you do not need to bring in your Social Security card).
      • If you do not have a Social Security number, you need to bring a letter from the SSA regarding your SSN status.
    • Proof of name, and place and date of birth (e.g. U.S. birth certificate, U.S. passport, or citizenship certificate).
    • Proof of Missouri residence (e.g. utility bill, pay check, or bank statement). Post office box addresses will not be accepted. You will also need to prove your mailing address if it is different than your physical address.
    • Proof of any name change, if applicable (e.g. certified marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order).
    • Payment for the $11 ID card fee.

    NOTE: If you’re over 65 years old and your ID card hasn’t been expired for more than 6 months, you do NOT need to show documents to prove your place of birth.

    A full list of accepted documents can be found online.

    Additional MO ID Card Requirements for Non-U.S. Citizens

    If you are a non-U.S. citizen, you must also present an immigration document proving your legal presence in the U.S, such as:

    • Resident Alien Card I-551.
    • Foreign passport.
    • Employment Authorization Document I-688B or I-766.

    You will find a full list of accepted documents on the DOR's website.

    Your MO ID card will not be valid for longer than your immigration document. If your immigration document’s expiration date is listed as “Duration of Stay,” you will be issued a 1-year Missouri ID card.

    Missouri ID Card Expiration

    • 69 years old or younger: Valid for 6 years (expires on your birthday).
    • 70 years old or older: No expiration date.

    MO Non-Driver Identification Card Fees

    For new, duplicate and renewed MO identification cards, it will cost $11 for all types of IDs, including:

    • 3-year ID card.
    • 6-year ID card.
    • Non-expiring ID, if you’re 70 years old or older.
    • Duplicate ID card.

    Most Missouri DOR offices accept payment by check, debit cards (at some locations) and the following credit cards:

    • American Express.
    • MasterCard.
    • Discover.

    Please contact your local Missouri Driver License Bureau office for information on accepted payment methods.

    Renew Your Missouri ID Card

    You must visit a local MO driver license office to renew your Missouri non-driver ID card. You cannot renew your ID online or by mail.

    You will need:

    • Your Social Security number (you do not need to bring in your Social Security card).
      • You’ll need a letter from the SSA regarding your SSN status, if you don’t have a SSN.
    • Proof of name, and place and date of birth (e.g. U.S. birth certificate, U.S. passport, or citizenship certificate).
    • Proof of Missouri residency (e.g. utility bill, pay check, or bank statement). Post office box addresses will not be accepted. You will also need to prove your mailing address if it is different than your physical address.
    • Proof of name change, if applicable (e.g. certified marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order).
    • Payment for the $11 renewal fee.

    Please visit the DOR's website for a full list of accepted documents.

    NOTE: If you’re over 65 years old and your ID card hasn’t been expired for more than 6 months, you do NOT need to show documents to prove your place of birth.

    Replace Your Missouri ID Card

    When you lose your Missouri non-driver photo ID card, you should file a report with local law enforcement to protect yourself against identity theft. Visit the Missouri Attorney General Office website for your local law enforcement’s contact details.

    You must apply for a replacement Missouri ID card at your local driver license office. You cannot apply for a replacement MO ID card online or by mail.

    You will need:

    • Your Social Security number (you do not need to bring in your Social Security card), if you have one.
      • If you don’t have a SSN, bring a letter from the SSA regarding your SSN status.
    • Proof of name, and place and date of birth (e.g. U.S. birth certificate, U.S. passport, or citizenship certificate).
    • Proof of Missouri residence (e.g. utility bill, pay check, or bank statement). Post office box addresses will not be accepted. You will also need to prove your mailing address if it is different than your physical address.
    • Proof of a name change, if applicable (e.g. certified marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order).
    • Payment for the $11 duplicate ID fee.

    You may find a full list of accepted documents online.

    NOTE: You’ll receive a new Missouri ID card with the same expiration date if it does not expire within 6 months. Otherwise, your application will be processed as a renewal.

    If you’re not currently in Missouri, refer to the “Military and Out-of-State MO ID Cards” section below.

    Military and Out-of-State MO ID Cards

    If you are a resident of Missouri, but temporarily out of state due to military obligations, schooling, or employment, you can renew or obtain a duplicate Missouri ID card by mail.

    You will need to submit:

    • A completed Mail-In Driver License Application (Form 4317).
    • A photocopy of a document proving your identity, preferably with a photograph (e.g. military ID card, student ID card, or Social Security card).
    • A check for payment for your $11 replacement or duplicate MO identification card.

    Send these items to the Missouri DOR as specified on the Mail-In Driver License Application form.

    Name and Address Changes on MO ID Cards

    Change Your Address

    You may update your Missouri address online, by mail, or in person at your local DOR office.

    This will change your address on MO DOR records only. If you’d like a new ID card showing your new address, you’ll need to apply for a replacement. Read the section “Replacing Your Missouri ID Card” above for more information.

    Online

    To change your address online, use the Missouri DOR Request for Change of Address service.

    You will need:

    • The last 4 digits of your SSN.
    • Your old and new address.
    • Your MO non-driver ID number.

    By Mail

    To change your address by mail, complete an Address Change Request form (Form 4160) and send it to the address specified on the form.

    In Person

    To update your Missouri address in person, complete an Address Change Request form (Form 4160) and take it to your local Driver License Bureau.

    Change Your Name

    To change your name on your Missouri ID card, you will need to replace your ID card by visiting a MO DOR office in person. You cannot change your name online or by mail.

    You will need:

    • Your Social Security number (you do not need to bring in your Social Security card), if you have one.
      • Bring a letter from the SSA regarding your SSN status, if you don’t have a SSN.
    • Proof of name, and place and date of birth (e.g. U.S. birth certificate, U.S. passport, or citizenship certificate).
    • Proof of Missouri residence (e.g. utility bill, pay check, or bank statement). Post office box addresses will not be accepted. You will also need to prove your mailing address if it is different than your physical address.
    • Proof of name change (e.g. certified marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order).
    • Payment for the $11 duplicate ID card fee.

    The DOR provides a full list of accepted documents.

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