Last Updated 9th of July, 2010
How do I apply for a drivers license if I am relocating to Wisconsin? Wisconsin
Relocating to WI: Applying for a Drivers LicenseAfter moving and establishing permanent relocation in Wisconsin, the state gives you 60 days to obtain a new drivers license. To apply, visit your local DMV office with:
- A completed Wisconsin Driver License (DL)/Identification Card (ID) Application (Form MV3001).
- Proof of identity.
- Proof of name and date of birth.
- Proof of Wisconsin residency.
- Proof of your Social Security number.
- Your out-of-state drivers license, which you must surrender.
- Cash or a check to pay all applicable fees.
Wisconsin Knowledge Test and/or License TestAs a new resident, you will be asked to take both tests if:
- Your out-of-state drivers license has been expired for more than eight years.
- You have a medical condition that could hamper your ability to drive safely.
After studying the handbook, you'll next want to take at least one practice test. These online exams feature questions similar in style and content to those on the actual test, allowing you to gauge if you're test-prepared.
After passing the knowledge test you'll become immediately eligible to take the license test. An appointment with your local DMV service center is required.
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