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    SUMMARY: How to Change Your Address in New Hampshire

    You can change your address on your DMV records either by mail or in person. If you’d like an updated driver’s license/ID card showing your new address, you’ll need to visit the NH DMV in person and pay the required fee. For updated vehicle documents, you’ll need to apply for replacements.

    To find out how to change your address with the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and obtain updated documents, continue reading this page.

    Change Your Address with the NH DMV

    Within 10 days of moving to a new address, you notify the New Hampshire DMV either by mail or in person. You will need to take a completed Record Change Request (Form DSMV 30) to your local NH DMV office, or mail it to:

    Department of Safety
    DMV - Driver Licensing
    23 Hazen Drive
    Concord, NH 03305

    This will change your NH DMV records only, including your:

    • Driver’s license/ID card.
    • Vehicle registration.
    • Car title certificate.

    If you’d like updated documents showing your new address, you’ll need to request replacements (continue reading below).

    Driver’s License/ID Card Address Change

    If you’d like a new driver’s license or ID card showing your new address, you’ll need to submit the following in person at a New Hampshire DMV office:

    • Your current driver’s license/identification card.
    • Payment for the $3 fee.

    You will be given a temporary driver’s license/ID card valid for 60 days, to use until your permanent card arrives.

    NOTE: If you don’t have your current driver’s license/ID card to surrender, you will need to apply for a duplicate instead. See our Replacing Your Driver’s License page for more information.

    Registration and Title Address Change

    Once you’ve changed your address on NH Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) records, you can request replacement vehicle documents (not a requirement).

    You will need to provide some documents and payment for the required fees. Please see our following pages for complete instructions:

    Fees to Change Your New Hampshire Address

    To change your address on your NH DMV documents, you will need to pay the following fees:

    • Driver’s license—address change: $3.
    • Driver’s license—duplicate: $10 (Only if license was lost or stolen).
    • Replacement registration: $15.
    • Replacement title certificate: $25.

    Accepted Payment Methods

    The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) accepts the following payment methods:

    • In person transactions:
      • MasterCard, VISA, or American Express credit card.
      • Cash.
      • Check, money order, or traveler’s check (payable to “State of NH DMV”).
    • By mail transactions:
      • Check, money order, or traveler’s check (payable to “State of NH DMV”).

    New Residents to New Hampshire

    If you’re new to New Hampshire, you’ll need to transfer your out-of-state driver’s license and register your vehicle with the DMV within 60 days of becoming a resident.

    You will need to submit various documents and payment for the required fees to your local NH DMV office in person.

    For application instructions, please visit our following pages:

    Change Your Name in NH

    If you’ve had a name change—maybe you’ve recently been married or divorced—you’ll need to notify the NH DMV in writing within 10 days of the change.

    You will need to visit your local New Hampshire DMV office and submit:

    • Proof of your name change.
    • Your current NH driver’s license/ID card.
    • A completed Record Change Request (Form DSMV 30).

    More information can be found on our Changing Your Name in New Hampshire page.

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