Driver License Division - Identification Cards FAQ
- What information do I need for an ID Card?
- Do I have to have a Social Security Card to apply for a Utah ID?
- Does an Identification Card ever expire?
- Can anyone get an ID card?
- Do I have to take a test to obtain an ID?
- What if I lost my Utah ID card?
- Can I renew my ID card on the internet?
Please refer to our Documentation Needed page for documentation needed to obtain a Utah State Identification Card. There is an $18.00 charge for an ID card. (An out-of-state ID is not acceptable proof of identification.)
Yes; the ID Card expires five years following issuance of the card.
Yes; however, If you are under the age of 16, a parent or legal guardian must accompany you to obtain an ID so they can sign the application.
For a duplicate ID, you must appear at a driver license office and present original or copies certified by the issuing agency showing evidence of identity, legal/lawful presence, full social security number, two proofs of Utah residence, if it is different than the address on your current Utah record, and evidence of name change, if applicable. The fee is $18.00 and will be valid for 5 years.
Yes; in order for the applicant to be eligible for an ID card renewal one time through the mail or internet, the original identification card must have been issued after January 1, 2010, and the individual may not also possess a valid driver license. Eligible applicants will be sent a letter to notify them of their eligibility and the process to complete in order to renew their valid regular ID card.
[Last Update - Tuesday, 27-May-2014 13:00:02 MDT]