ID Card Reservation
PROOF OF IDENTITY
Primary Identification – An original of one of the following documents with complete name
- U.S. birth certificate, including some U.S. territories and District of Columbia (birth certificates from Puerto Rico must have an issue date after July 1, 2010)
- Valid U.S. passport or passport card
- Consular Report of Birth Abroad
- Certificate of Naturalization, form N-550 or form N-570
- Certificate of Citizenship, form N-560 or form N-561
- Only a birth certificate issued by a county health department or the CDC Bureau of Vital Statistics will be accepted. Hospital birth certificates are not considered a certified document and will not be accepted.
- When applicable, an original or certified copy of a government issued marriage certificate, court order or divorce decree, which MUST contain the seal from the issuing agency, must be provided to link the name on the primary identification to the name on the license or ID card.
PROOF OF SOCIAL SECURITY DOCUMENTS
Proof of Social Security – An original of one of the following documents with complete name and complete Social Security Number
- Social Security Card
- W-2 form (not handwritten)
- Pay check/stub
- 1099 form (not handwritten)
If you do not have an SSN, you must bring a letter from the Social Security Administration indicating that you were never issued one. Individuals with a non-immigrant status that are not in the country on a work visa are not required to obtain a letter from the Social Security Administration.
Proof of Residential Address – Any two of the following documents, copies are accepted
Current driver license or ID card may not be used as proof of residential address.
- Deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement, mortgage payment booklet or residential rental/lease agreement
- Florida voter registration card
- Florida vehicle registration or title
- Utility bill
- A utility hook up or work order – not more than 60 days old
- Automobile payment booklet
- Selective service card
- Medial or health card with address listed
- Current homeowner insurance policy or bill
- Current automobile insurance policy or bill
- Educational institution transcript for the current school year
- Unexpired professional license issued by a government agency in the U.S.
- W2 form or 1099 form
- Mail from financial institutions including checking, savings or investment account statements
- Mail from federal, state, county or city government agencies
- A letter from a homeless shelter, transitional service provider or half-way house verifying they receive your mail. The letter must be accompanied by a completed and notarized Certification of Address Form
If you reside with a relative:
- Provide two acceptable proofs of their residential address (in the relative’s name)
- A document demonstrating family relationship, examples include adoption records, birth certificate, and marriage license
- A completed Certification of Address Form, relative must sign in person or the form must be notarized.If you reside with a non-relative:
- Provide two acceptable proofs of their residential address (in the non-relative’s name)
- A completed Certification of Address Form, relative must sign in person or the form must be notarized.