DMV: Non-Driver Photo ID - Obtaining

Obtaining a Non-Driver Photo ID
 
SERVICE UPDATE:  DMV has transitioned to a new, online-only appointment system for road tests.  You can find the new online appointment system here.  

NEW PROCESS: You will not receive a permanent driver license or ID card while at a DMV or AAA office.   It will arrive through the mail.  You will keep your expiring license/ID and receive a temporary paper card.  For more on this, please see Central Issuance. After visiting an office, you can track the delivery of your new card.

The applicant must be a Connecticut resident. To obtain an ID card, qualified persons must apply at any DMV Hub Offices, as well as Enfield, New Britain, Norwich and Winsted

Please note the following:

  • New-issue ID cards will not be processed at the Putnam Satellite office, DMV Photo License Centers or  AAA offices.   

When you arrive at the DMV your first stop will be at the information desk where you will be instructed to enter your information into the kiosk to start the ID card process. You will then be directed to the licensing/ID card issuance area with your kiosk receipt.

What to bring:

The non-driver photo ID fee is waived for:

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





Content Last Modified on 6/13/2017 11:18:21 AM