DDS does not offer Senior Citizen discounts. Indigent Vouchers for free Georgia IDs can be obtained from several indigent resource providers.
You can obtain a new driver's license number/ ID number by bringing a copy of the police report which clearly states that your driver's license or ID was stolen or compromised. If your license or ID was stolen, we recommend the following precautions: Monitor your banking and credit cards. Watch for any indication that anyone is using your personal information. Monitor your personal information by regularly requesting a credit report. You may also wish to place a fraud alert on your credit file. Driver's License Fraud If you apply for a new driver's license/ ID number within 150 days of the original expiration date, the fee is $20 for a 5 year license/ ID or $32 for a 8 year license/ ID . Otherwise the fee is $5.
The fee for a Georgia ID is $20 for 5 years and $32 for 8 years.
You may apply for a replacement driver's license or ID at any CSC location.
Click here for a list of acceptable documents to bring.
You may also apply for a replacement driver's license online.
A Georgia ID can be obtained at any age as long as the applicant can sign their name or make a mark indicating their signature. Click here for a list of acceptable documents to bring.
Yes, you can have different documents based on the services you are requesting; however, only one can be a Secure ID document.
You can apply for a Georgia ID; however, you must surrender your out-of-state ID.
You must obtain a voucher from an approved Indigent Resource Provider (non-profit agency).
Yes, checks are accepted as proof of residency as long as your full name and address is listed on it.
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