Moving Out of State in Nebraska
Your Nebraska Driver's License
After you apply for a license in your new state, it's up to that state's agency to determine whether you can keep your old Nebraska license. If you don't have to relinquish it, you may want to destroy it to help prevent identity theft or other illegal use.
Tip: If your Nebraska license is nearing expiration, you may want to go ahead and renew it to ensure you don't end up in your new state without a valid license.
Find all the information you need to finish your moving requirements with the DMV.
License Plates and Registration Refunds
When you're settled in your new state, surrender your Nebraska license plates and your registration back to your designated county official. The office will then mail you a prorated registration refund. Make sure to include a copy of your new registration for proof of the move.
Contact Your New State's Agencies
Once you get to your new state, you'll need to take care of your new driver's license and register your vehicle in that state―and you'll need to do so within that state's time limits.
Find out more information about your new state's procedures and time requirements.