Request a duplicate non-driver ID

Get a new ID if yours was lost, stolen, or destroyed

Request a duplicate non-driver ID

Get a new ID if yours was lost, stolen, or destroyed
Your options to request a duplicate non-driver ID:
Estimated time to request a duplicate non-driver ID online: 5-7 minutes
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  • Who’s eligible
  • How to replace your CT non-driver ID
  • Fees
  • Receipt

Who’s eligible

If your non-driver ID is lost, stolen, or damaged/destroyed, you can get a duplicate non-driver ID in person.

 

You cannot request a duplicate non-driver ID online if your name has changed since you got your last ID. Learn how to change your name on your non-driver ID.

 

If you cannot request your duplicate non-driver ID online, please replace it in person instead.

How to replace your CT non-driver ID

Step 1: Gather what you’ll need
  • Your first and last name exactly as it appears on your current non-driver ID
  • Your date of birth
  • Your street address
  • Your non-driver ID number
  • Your Social Security Number
  • A credit or debit card

 

Step 2: Request a non-driver ID online

 

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Step 3: Get your non-driver ID in the mail

Your ID will arrive through the mail within 20 business days. You can keep your expiring ID if there are no changes other than address.  For more on this, please see Central Issuance.

Track the delivery of your new card to see when it will arrive.

Fees

Fee to request a duplicate non-driver ID
  • Fee to request a duplicate non-driver ID: $30
  • Refunds will not be given unless permitted under law

Receipt

Are you looking to access a receipt for a previously completed online transaction? Receipts can be requested online for transactions processed after May 24, 2021.
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  • Who’s eligible
  • How to replace your non-driver ID in person
  • Fees

Who’s eligible

If your non-driver ID is lost, stolen, or damaged/destroyed, you can get a duplicate non-driver ID in person.

 

If your name has changed since you got your last non-driver ID, there are additional steps to update your name on your new non-driver ID. Learn how to change your name on your non-driver ID.

 

If your address has changed since you got your last ID, there are additional steps to update your address on your new ID. Learn how to change your address.

How to replace your non-driver ID in person

Step 1: Print and complete the required form

Complete an application for in-person request for Duplicate of Current Driver's License or Permit (Form 1-B).


Step 2: Make an appointment

When requesting a duplicate non-driver ID, please make an appointment at a DMV office or express office location, such as AAA locations or Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union locations (Milford | North Haven | Norwalk).

 

NOTE: DMV express offices, such as AAA locations and Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union, can't replace commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs), commercial learner’s permits, licenses with passenger endorsements (PPE), or drive-only licenses. These locations may also charge a convenience fee up to $8 per DMV transaction.


Make an appointment


Step 3: Get your non-driver ID in the mail

You will get a temporary non-driver ID at your appointment. Your permanent ID card will arrive through the mail.

 

Your duplicate ID will only be mailed to the mailing address on file with the DMV within 20 business days. If you have mail forwarding, you won’t receive your new ID.


For more on this, please see Central Issuance. After visiting an office, you can track the delivery of your new card to see when it will arrive.

Fees

Fee to request a duplicate non-driver ID:

$30


Additional fees:

DMV express offices, such as AAA locations and Nutmeg Financial Credit Union, may charge a convenience fee of up to $8 per DMV transaction.

 

Learn more about acceptable forms of payment.

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  • Who’s eligible
  • How to replace your non-driver ID by mail or email
  • Fee to request a duplicate non-driver ID:

Who’s eligible

If your non-driver ID is lost, stolen, or damaged/destroyed, you can get a duplicate non-driver ID by mail or email.

 

If your name has changed since you got your last non-driver ID, there are additional steps to update your name on your new non-driver ID. Learn how to change your name on your non-driver ID.

 

If your address has changed since you got your last ID, there are additional steps to update your address on your new ID. Learn how to change your address.

How to replace your non-driver ID by mail or email

To request a duplicate non-driver ID by mail:

  • Mail form and payment (made payable to DMV) to:
    Department of Motor Vehicles
    60 State Street
    Wethersfield, CT 06161
    Attention: Central Issuance Operations Unit

Your duplicate credential will be mailed directly to the address on file and you will receive it within 20 days.


To request a duplicate non-driver ID by email:

If there are any issues with your request, we will notify you via email.

 

Your duplicate credential will be mailed directly to the address on file and you will receive it within 20 days.

 

Track the delivery of your new card to see when it will arrive.

Fee to request a duplicate non-driver ID:

$30