Getting Identification for Your Hearing
In order to be admitted into your hearing, you must have picture identification. This is usually in the form of a valid driver license or a valid non-driver identification card.
To get a driver license in the state of Alabama, you must have the following:
•1. Two forms of identification, at least one of which contains a photograph (one must be from the primary list) or three forms of non-photo identification (one must be from the primary list)
•2. Social Security Card
•3. Acceptable school enrollment form or proof of graduation (if younger than 19 and applying for the first time)
•4. $5 test fee (no checks)
•5. Applicants 18 or older who wish to complete all testing for a license must have a licensed driver, proof of car insurance, and a vehicle that will pass inspection.
•6. $36.25 to purchase license (no checks)
To get a non-driver identification card in the state of Alabama, you must have the following:
•1. On document from the primary list which verifies name of date and birth
•2. Social Security card
•3. A third form of identification from the primary or secondary lists (only if primary document does not have a photo)
•4. $36.25 to purchase non-driver identification card.
The list of primary and secondary forms of identification can be found here: http://dps.alabama.gov/Home/wfContent.aspx?ID=30&PLH1=plhDriverLicense-DocumentRequirementsAndFees.
You may obtain a driver license or a non-driver identification card at the Alabama Department of Motor Vehicles Driver License offices located in each county. Driver license services are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis, so be prepared for a potential wait time. If you need to renew your driver license or non-driver identification card, you may do so online by following this link: https://www.alabamainteractive.org/dl_renewal/welcome.action.
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