How do I replace a NY ID card? New York

Replacing Your New York Identification Card

If your state ID goes missing the NY DMV makes it easy to replace regardless if you're a teen or a retiree. You have two options for ordering a duplicate ID: in person and by mail.

NOTE: Teens younger than 16 need parental consent to obtain an ID card. If you’re younger than 16 and need a duplicate card, contact your nearest NY DMV to find out if you’ll also need parental consent for the replacement.

In Person


Visit any DMV office with the following:

  • A completed Application for Driver License or Non-Driver ID Card (Form MV-44). This form can be downloaded from the DMV website or from any DMV office.
  • Six points worth of identification. New York assigns points to various forms of ID. A car title, for example, is worth two points, while a Certificate of Naturalization is worth three.
  • Cash or a check, money order, or credit card (MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Discover) to pay the lost ID fee (see fees below).

Mail


You'll need to gather the following:

  • A completed Application for Driver License or Non-Driver ID Card (Form MV-44).
  • Proper identification as explained on Form MV-44.1.
  • A check or money order made payable to "Commissioner of Motor Vehicles" to pay duplicate ID fee (see fees below).
And mail it to:

DMV License Production Bureau
P.O. Box 2688-ESP
Albany, NY 12220-0668

Your duplicate card should arrive in the mail within two weeks.

Replacement ID Card Fees

  • Four- or eight-year ID card: $8
  • 10-year ID card: $6.60
  • 10-year ID card if you're 62 or older and receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI): Free

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