Identification Cards in Oklahoma
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Are you a non-driving senior, minor, or have a disability that prevents you from driving? Or are you a person who just chooses not to drive? If so, an Oklahoma ID card may be just what you need for a primary source of identification.
An Oklahoma ID card is an excellent form of identification for people who do not drive an automobile or motorcycle. As a form of identification, an Oklahoma ID Card serves the same purpose as an Oklahoma Driver License and can be used in place of a Driver's license for everything except the operation of a motor vehicle or motorcycle.
Any non-driving person may hold an Oklahoma ID card and you may apply for one any time. ID cards are routinely issued to children as well as adults. There is no age limit, upper or lower, for an ID card in the state of Oklahoma.
For applicants under the age of 18, a custodial parent or guardian may appear and sign an affidavit furnished by the Department of Safety.
The initial fee for an Oklahoma ID card is $10; renewals are $10. If your ID card is lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed, a replacement card is $10.
When applying for an Oklahoma ID card, you will be asked for the following primary forms of identification:
- State-issued certified birth certificate.
- City or county birth certificate.
- Bureau of Indian Affairs ID card.
- Citizenship naturalization documents.
- Tribal ID cards.
- Citizen born abroad certification.
- Alien registration card.
You will also need one of the following secondary forms of identification:
- Oklahoma student ID.
- Social Security card.
- Certified copy of marriage license, separation, or divorce judgment.
- Original high school, college, or university diploma.
- Oklahoma gun permit.
- Insurance ID such as health, life, home, or auto.
- Oklahoma voter registration card.
- Pilot's license.
- Deed to a property in Oklahoma.
- Oklahoma employer ID.
- Professional degree, certificate or license original or certified copy.
- Deed to a property or burial plot in Oklahoma.
- Oklahoma lifetime hunting or fishing license.
- Medical/Medicaid card or medical eligibility card.
- Medical examiner certificate (DOT).
- Oklahoma Tax Commission Agriculture Exempt permit.
Oklahoma ID card are issued for a period of four years, and expire on your birthday. You must appear in person at your local Tag Agent or Driver's License Exam Site. Be sure you have some form of secondary ID with you when you go to renew your ID card, as it is now required. The fee for an ID card renewal is $10.
Visit any Driver's License Exam Site with proper primary and secondary identification (see above) and cash or check to pay a $10 duplicate fee.
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