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    SUMMARY: Oklahoma Identification Cards

    You must apply for an ID card in person at an OK DPS office. You will need to submit documents proving your identity and pay the required fee. Renewals and replacements can be ordered in person or by mail, if you’re out of state.

    Continue reading this page to learn how to apply for an ID card from the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS).

    Apply for an ID Card

    To be eligible for an Oklahoma ID card, you must be a legal resident of the state. The documents you will need depend on whether you are a U.S. citizen or not.

    U.S. Citizens

    Applications must be made in person at your local OK DPS office. You will need:

    • Proof of your identification, such as your:
      • U.S. birth certificate (certified).
      • Valid U.S. passport.
      • Social Security card.
    • Proof of your name change (if applicable), such as your:
      • Marriage certificate.
      • Court order.
    • Payment for the $20 fee.

    Non-U.S. Citizens

    If you’re not a U.S. citizen, you will need to bring the following to the OK DPS office:

    • Proof of your identification. Either your:
      • Foreign passport and I-94 print out.
        OR
      • Alien registration card.
    • Secondary proof of your identity, such as your:
      • Social Security card.
      • Health insurance card.
      • University diploma.
    • Proof of your name change (if applicable), such as your:
      • Divorce decree.
      • Court order.
      • Marriage certificate.
    • Payment for the $20 fee.

    NOTE: Depending on your visa type, you may not be eligible for an ID card in Oklahoma. Visit the OK DPS website for more information.

    Your OK ID card will be valid up to the length of your legal stay in the United States.

    Renew an Oklahoma ID Card

    Your Oklahoma ID card will be valid for 4 years at a time. You can renew it:

    In Person

    To renew your Oklahoma ID card in person, visit your local OK DPS office and:

    • Present your current OK identification card.
    • Provide a secondary form of identification, such as your:
      • Social Security card.
      • Health insurance card.
      • Employee ID card (with photo).
    • Provide proof of your name change (if applicable).
    • Pay the $20 fee.

    By Mail

    If you’re outside of Oklahoma when your ID card is due for renewal, you will need the following items to renew by mail:

    • A completed Renewal or Replacement of Driver License or ID Card By Mail (Form DPS 300DLX).
    • Proof of your identity, such a copy of your:
      • U.S. birth certificate (certified).
      • Social Security card.
      • Health insurance card.
    • A self-addressed and stamped envelope.
    • A check or money order payable to the “Department of Public Safety” for the $20 fee.

    Send the above to:

    Department of Public Safety
    Driver License Examining, Renewal By Mail
    P.O. Box 11415
    Oklahoma City, OK 73136

    See the application form for complete instructions.

    NOTE: You cannot renew your ID card by mail if:

    • Your OK identification card has been expired for longer than 1 year.
    • Your last renewal/replacement was completed by mail (non-photo ID card).

    Replace an Identification Card

    If you’ve lost or damaged your OK identification card, you can order a replacement in person or by mail (if you’re out of state).

    To order a duplicate ID card in person, visit your local OK DPS office and:

    • Provide proof of your identity, such as your:
      • U.S. birth certificate.
      • Passport.
      • Social Security card.
    • Provide proof of your name change (if applicable).
    • Pay the $20 fee.

    To replace your ID card by mail while out of state, simply follow the directions above for renewing by mail.

    Change Your Name or OK Address

    If you’ve changed your name, you must notify the Oklahoma DPS and apply for a replacement ID card. This must be done in person at an OK DPS office.

    If you’ve changed your address, you can update your OK DPS records, either online or by mail. You aren’t required to obtain a replacement ID card, but you can if you want an updated card showing your new address.

    Complete instructions can be found on our following pages:

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