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Notice: Driver license changes and applications must be processed at an official DMV location or website. This website provides links to official DMV services which may be free of charge as well as third-party application assistance services and products that charge a fee. Application assistance value added services are designed to better prepare you and help save you time for many DMV-related services. They provide personalized information, customer support, additional vehicle related products and where possible, document preparation. The information on this site is not guaranteed to be correct, complete or up-to-date.
Obtain An Identification Card In Oregon
Do you need to apply for a state ID in Oregon? The ID card application doesn't have to be complicated. We've collected helpful information to assist you with everything you need to know about getting an ID card and renewing an ID card. You will also learn how to replace your ID card in Oregon or purchase a duplicate Oregon ID card. Select from the options below to get started:
Regardless of why you do not own a driver's license, you will still need to apply for an ID card for various reasons, ranging from leisure activities to travel. Getting an ID card in Oregon is simple, and you should begin the ID card application process as soon as you are ready.
Obtaining a new ID card
To apply for an ID, first, you should plan a visit to your local DMV.
You will need to provide proof of your legal name, your legal residency, and your Social Security Number. The fee to obtain your ID card in Oregon is $44.50.
Proof of legal name
- Original birth certificate with seal affixed
- Marriage certificate
- Oregon drivers license
Proof of legal residency
- U.S. passport
- Concealed weapons permit as issued by the state of Oregon
- Vehicle title
Proof of Social Security
- Social security card
- IRS tax ID number
About Fees: The Oregon DMV accepts only cash or check as payment.
What is an Oregon state ID?
An Oregon state ID is an acceptable replacement for a drivers license typically used by minors, the elderly or by anyone who does not want a drivers license, but still needs identification in Oregon. For more information on how to get an identification card in Oregon, click here.
ID card renewal
An Oregon state ID card must be renewed every eight years, unless you are a temporary resident in which case you will need to renew every year. The cost to renew your ID in Oregon is $40.
Replacement ID cards
If you have lost your ID card, or it has been stolen or severely damaged, you should look into replacing it immediately. A stolen ID card may even lead to identity theft, so it is crucial you replace your identification card as soon as possible. Replacing a lost identification card in Oregon costs $39.50. The instructions for duplicate ID cards are similar, but be sure to bring everything you will need for your new ID card copy before you head to the DMV by clicking here.
For a list of related services, see below:Obtain a new driver's license here.
Renew a driver's license here.
Replace a driver's license here.