Identification Cards in Utah
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What if you need to show an ID, but you don't drive and don't need a license? Fortunately, you don't need to go through the motions of getting a driver license just to prove your age or identity. You can get a Utah photo identification card for $18 without taking any tests, and you don't need an appointment. Use the ID to cash checks, open accounts, get on an airplane, buy alcohol, use your credit card, and so forth―everything but drive.
Visit your local driver license field office with the following:
- A completed application.
- Proof of identity.
- Your Social Security number.
- Two documents proving your Utah address if it differs from the address on your current Utah record.
- Proof of legal or lawful presence.
- Proof of name change, if applicable.
- Payment for $18 fee.
Utah ID cards expire on your 21st birthday if you're under 21, or every 10 years if you're over 21. If you get an ID card after your 65th birthday, it's valid for life. A parent or guardian must sign off for applicants under 16.
All Utah identification cards must be renewed in person at your local Driver's License Field Office. ID cards are issued for a period of 10 years, and expire on your birthday. However, if you are under the age of 21 when your ID card was issued, your card will expire on your 21st birthday.
The fee for an Utah ID card is $18.
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