Identification Cards in Oregon

SUMMARY: Oregon Identification Cards

Applications for an Oregon ID card must be made in person at a DMV office. You will need to provide various documents, including proof of your OR residency and proof of your identity. You will need to pay the required fee and have your photo taken. Renewals and replacements must also be made in person.

Continue reading to learn how to obtain an ID card from the Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division (DMV).

Apply for an Oregon ID Card

In Oregon, you will be eligible for a non-driver ID card as long as you are an Oregon resident and don't already have a valid ID card, driver's license, or instruction permit from any state. There is no age restriction for obtaining an ID card in Oregon.

Applications must be made in person at an OR DMV office. You will need:

NOTE: You must supply your Social Security number (SSN) when applying for a non-driver ID card in Oregon. If you do not have one, you must provide proof of your ineligibility, such as a letter from the Social Security Administration.

Fees for an Identification Card

  • Original: $44.50.
  • Renewal: $40.50.
  • Replacement: $39.50.

Contact your local Oregon DMV office for accepted payment methods.

Renew Your State ID Card

Oregon ID cards are valid for 8 years from the time they are issued. To renew, you must visit any Oregon DMV office in person and:

The Oregon DMV does not accept credit or debit cards, but it does accept checks with proper identification. Cash machines are also available at some DMV office locations.

NOTE: If your Oregon ID card has been expired more than 1 year, you are not eligible to renew and must apply again and pay the fee for an original ID ($44.50).

Replace Your ID Card in OR

You must visit any Oregon DMV office in person to replace a lost, destroyed, or stolen ID card. Replacements cannot be made online or by mail. You will need the same documents as required to renew your ID card as well as a check or cash to pay the $39.50 replacement fee.

If your ID is going to expire within the next 14 months, you may be able to renew it instead of replacing it.

NOTE: If you are out-of-state, you will need to wait until you return to Oregon to have your ID card replaced.

Change Your Name or Oregon Address

If you have moved, you can update the address on your Oregon ID card using the online address change system on the Oregon DMV website.

If you want your ID card to reflect your address change, you'll need to request a duplicate. Follow the instructions above.

If you have changed your name, you must go in person to and Oregon DMV office with official documents proving your name change and pay the applicable fees. If there was a misspelling that is the Oregon DMV’s fault, you must go through the application process, but you will not be charged for a new identification card.

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