Thursday, March 15, 2012

A Picture ID is Worth a Thousand Words

From the Texas DPS Site:

Requirements for All Applicants
All first time applicants for a Texas identification card must:

1. Apply in person at a Texas Driver License office.
2. Present documents that verify your Identity. Different documents are required if you are a U.S. citizen or have Lawful Presence. This may require you to present one or more documents at the driver license office. All information on each document you present must match. Additional documentation may be required to verify conflicting information, incomplete names and date of birth.
3. Complete the application (PDF). You may type your information on the form, print it, and bring it with you to the office. If you don’t have a printer, the form is also available at the office.
4. Consent to be photographed, fingerprinted, and provide your signature at the time of application.
5. Pay the required fee with a credit card, cash, money order, or a non-temporary check.

There is no age restriction for an identification card.

NOTE: If you currently have a Texas driver license or commercial driver license and apply for a Texas identification card, the identification card will be issued with a different number.

Waiver of Fee for Disabled Veterans
Some disabled veterans may qualify for a fee exemption on their driver license or ID card. More information about this service, including qualification requirements, is available on the Veteran Services page.

See How Freaking Easy That Is?!?

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