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    Why Get an ID Card?

    Owning a North Dakota non-driver photo identification card reaps many benefits, especially during these times of heightened security. It can be used for checking into a hotel, boarding an airline, cashing a check, or renting a DVD.

    The process to obtain an identification card is as fast and simple. Just visit any driver license site with $8 and proper identification (see below). You'll then have your photo snapped and receive an identification card.

    Proof of Identification

    You'll need proof of your current name and your date of birth. The following original documents are acceptable:

    • U.S. birth certificate.
    • Valid U.S. passport.
    • Valid foreign passport with an I-94 card or an I-551 stamp.
    • U.S. government-issued consular report of birth abroad.
    • Military identification card or common access card.
    • U.S. court order―with court seal―displaying legal name and date of birth.

    If you're an immigrant you will need to furnish:

    • I-551 resident alien or permanent resident card.
    • I-688 temporary resident card.
    • 1-688B, I-766 employment authorization card.
    • N560 certificate of citizenship.
    • N550 certificate of naturalization.
    • I-94 card stamped refugee or asylee.

    Renewals

    You must renew your ID in person at your local Driver's License site and pay the $8 renewal fee. Your new ID card will be mailed to your home address.

    Replacing an ID Card

    You must visit your local driver's License site in order to replace an ID card that has been stolen, lost or destroyed. Bring proper identification (described above) and either cash or check payable to Driver License Division to pay an $8 replacement fee.


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