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mva.maryland.gov New/Reissuance/Renewal of Identification Card : Motor Vehicle Administration

Name of the Organization : Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
Type of Facility : New/Reissuance/Renewal of Identification Card
Country : Maryland, USA

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Website : http://www.mva.maryland.gov/drivers/apply/id-card.htm

New/Reissuance/Renewal of Identification Cards :

In order to increase customer service and decrease in-person wait times, effective April 1, 2014, customers who are eligible to renew their Maryland non-driver Identification (ID) Card by web or MVA Kiosk MUST use one of these methods to process their transaction.

Related : Maryland Motor Administration Renewing Your Vehicle Registration : www.statusin.org/7964.html

In-person renewals for these customers will no longer be processed at MVA branch office locations. You can renew your ID Card at Online ID Card Renewal.

New Identification Card:
** Please refer to Sources of Proof for required identity and residency documentation.
** If you are using a name other than your birth name, you must bring the documents that initiated the change of name, such as a marriage certificate(s), divorce decree(s) or court name change order.
** The Identification Card will be mailed to your Maryland residential address on file.
** Please pay close attention to the expiration date of your Maryland Identification Card. The MVA is not obligated to remind you when it is time to reapply for an Identification Card.

Notes:
** For information on how to apply for a social security number, please visit www.socialsecurity.gov/ssnumber/).
** If you have a different name on your social security card than your source documents, you must change your name with the Social Security Administration (SSA) prior to coming to the MVA.
** The new name(s) must match the name(s) that the SSA has on record.
** The ID card will not be issued if the new name change does not match the SSA records.
** It may take a minimum of 48 hours or longer for the SSA to update their records with your name change.
** Customers may obtain a Change of Address for (VR-154) at any MVA office, online or the form may be mailed to you.
** To have the form mailed, please call the MVA Customer Service Center at 1-410-768-7000 or 1-800-492-4575 TTY for the Hearing Impaired..
** If the name is different from the name on your birth certificate, then you are required to provide the MVA with an original or certified copy (from the issuing agency) of the document(s) that changed your name (i.e. marriage certificate, divorce decree, court ordered name change, etc.

Duplicate Identification Card:
Please bring:
** Please refer to Sources of Proof for required identity and residency documentation.
** If address has not changed, proof of residence is not required.
** If your identification card has been stolen, please contact the MVA’s Customer Ombudsman’s office at 410-787-7856 or via email at mpurcell@mdot.state.md.us.

Corrected Identification Card:
Please bring:
** Please refer to Sources of Proof for required identity and residency documentation.
** If you are using a name other than your birth name, you must bring the document(s) that initiated the change of name, such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree or court name change order.
** There is a fee.

Reissuance/Renewal of Identification Card:
Please bring:
** Your expiring ID Card.
** There is a required fee.
** If you are presenting a Maryland Driver’s License or ID Card that has been expired for one (1) year or more, you will be processed as a new customer and must provide the MVA with additional documents.
** You must provide the MVA with additional documents. Please refer to Sources of Proof for required identity and residency documentation.

Notes:
** Expiration Date: A Photo Identification Card (ID Card) issued to an applicant under 18 years of age may be valid for a maximum of five (5) years (depending upon the duration of the applicant’s lawful status).
** A Photo Identification Card (ID card) issued to an applicant 18-years of age or older may be valid for a maximum of 8 years (depending upon the duration of the applicant’s lawful status.)
** Surrender of ID Card: The photo identification card (ID card) must be surrendered by the holder, upon being issued a Maryland driver’s license.
** Your ID card will be mailed to your residential address on file,

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