Donor Information in Wyoming
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If you're applying for or renewing a driver's license or state ID card at a local exam office you can register to become a donor by simply checking the "yes" box when asked on the application form. If you're younger than 18, though, you'll need a parent's signature.
The Driver Services Program then places your name into a database that is updated to the Wyoming Donor Registry every 24 hours. The registry guarantees that your wishes will be known to your family at the time of your death.
If you don't have time to visit an exam office, or if you already possess a driver's license or state ID card but still want to become a donor, you can also sign up directly through the registry online.
You may remove yourself from the registry at any time.
Visit the registry site for general information on organ and tissue donation.
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