State Identification:Getting Your State ID
A state identification (ID) card may serve as a great resource if you don’t or can’t hold a driver’s license. Generally, it will contain your photo, name, address, and date of birth and can be used as “proof of identity.”
It’s important to have some sort of valid, photo ID to prove who you are in numerous situations, which include, but are not limited to:
- Obtaining employment.
- Boarding a plane.
- Establishing bank accounts.
- Applying for government benefits.
- Purchasing alcohol and/or cigarettes.
- This statement does not mean that we are encouraging such purchases.
- Renting an apartment or a home.
- Buying a home.
- Applying for a mortgage.
- Renting, leasing, or buying a vehicle.
- Getting married.
- Purchasing a gun.
- Renting a hotel room.
- Applying for licenses, such as hunting and fishing.
- Making certain purchases, such as some medications, paints, and nail polishes.
Are you considering applying for a state ID? If so, for more information on obtaining a state ID, click here.
It’s imperative that you maintain awareness of this document’s location. Check out Learning Resource Keeping Track of Documents under Legal Documents for tips on safe storage of important documents.
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