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Facial coverings must be worn during all road skills tests and are highly recommended to be worn when entering a DMV office.

Obtaining a Non-Driver Photo ID

The applicant must be a Connecticut resident. To obtain an ID card, qualified persons must make an appointment at a DMV office

Make an Appointment at DMV 

Please note the following:

  • New-issue ID cards will not be processed at AAA offices or Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union locations.  

What to bring:

  • If you have a Connecticut-issued driver's license or learner's permit, you have the option to exchange it without bringing all your identity documents to DMV.  If you do not, please follow the instructions below.
  • The required documents from this list of acceptable forms of identificationIf you are not a citizen of the United States, you will be required to show proof of your legal status in this country.  Please note: Puerto Rico-issued birth certificates dated before July 1, 2010, are not acceptable and need to be replaced. 
  • If you are a non-U.S. citizen, please see additional information.
  • Completed identification application form (form B-230). 
  • Payment for fee of $28.00.  Please see acceptable forms of payments.
  • If applicable, a fee waiver.  The non-driver photo ID fee is waived for applicants of a homeless shelter, certified homeless youth or young adult, and blind veterans.

Fee Waiver Information

  • NOTE: If an applicant obtains a Connecticut Driver's License, the identification card must be surrendered when a driver's license is issued.