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    How to Change Your Address

    You must notify the Wyoming Department of Transportation (DOT) Driver Services within 10 days of establishing a new residence. You can do this by completing a Notice of Change of Address form, which can be obtained online using the free Adobe Reader.

    Send the completed form to the WYDOT:

    • By fax to: (307) 777-3800.
      OR
    • By mail to:
      • Wyoming Department of Transportation
        Driver Services Program
        5300 Bishop Boulevard
        Cheyenne, Wyoming 82009

    This process will update your records only. You are not required to purchase an updated driver's license, however you choose to, follow the steps outlined below.

    Updating Your License

    If you need a duplicate license reflecting the change and cannot wait until the renewal date, you can go to any exam office and request a duplicate license. It will cost you $20 for a new driver's license, or $25 for a commercial driver's license.

    You will receive your updated driver's license in the mail in about 4 weeks.

    Change of Name

    If you change your name, you must notify the Wyoming DOT within 10 days. You will first need to change your name with the Social Security Administration. Visit your local WYDOT Driver Services office and:

    • Bring proof of your new name, such as your:
      • Marriage license.
      • Court order.
      • Divorce decree.
    • Pay $20 duplicate license fee. ($25 for a commercial driver's license.)

    You will need to first change your name with the Social Security Administration.

    You will receive your updated driver's license in the mail in about 4 weeks.

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