How do I establish my identification?
What if i don’t have any of the primary id’s?
What is Secondary Identification?
do I establish my identification?
Once you have satisfactorily established
citizenship you must be able to present proper identification to
establish your identity.
The following list of ID’s are considered
primary Identification and are considered sufficient to establish
your identity. They must be valid at the time of application and
must contain your signiture and physical description or photograph
that is a good likeness of you. You only need one of the following:
(No temporary or altered documents)
Current Drivers License (not learner permit)
Passport (if issued after your 18th birthday)
College or School ID
Federal, State or Local Government employee ID
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if I don’t have any of the primary id’s?
If you do not have any of the primary ID’s you must present
a witness that can verify your identity. Your witness must be a
U.S. citizen (except for natural parents which can hold resident
status but must have their resident identification cards,) and they
must be able to present one of the primary ID’s from the above
list. In addition, you will have to present 4 to 6 pieces of secondary
is Secondary Identification?
*Any form of identification which comes in
card form and contains your name and signature, including expired
identification is acceptable as secondary ID. Such as:
Social Security Card
or Benefits Card