What are the ID card fees in NY? New York

New York ID Card Fees

Okay, here are the fees you can expect to pay at one time or another for a New York identification card:

  • Short-term state ID: $8 or $9
  • Long-term state ID: $13 or $14
  • If you're 62 years old or older OR are receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI): $6.50
  • If you're 62 years old or older AND are receiving SSI: Free
  • Four-year state ID renewal: $9
  • Eight-year state ID renewal: $13
  • ID card renewal if you're 62 years old or older OR are receiving Supplemental Security Income (10-year): $6.50
  • ID card renewal if you're 62 years old or older AND are receiving Supplemental Security Income: Free
  • Four- or eight-year duplicate identification card: $8
  • 10-year duplicate identification card: $6.50
  • 10-year duplicate identification card if you're 62 or older and receive Supplemental Security Income: Free
The NY DMV handles all ID transactions. Whether you're applying, renewing, or replacing you'll need to provide proper identification and forms. In most situations you can pay your ID card fee with cash or a check, money order, or credit card (Visa, American Express, Discover, MasterCard).
 
And remember, teens younger than 16 need parental consent to obtain state identification. If you’re a teen you’re a teen who’s younger than 16, talk to your parents, first.

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