To obtain a North Dakota non-driver photo identification card, you must visit one of the
ND Drivers License Sites.
You may obtain an ID card at any age. If you are at least 14 years of age and wish to be identified as a donor on your identification card, you may do so by signing the donor identification block on the application form.
In order to deter fraud and better secure individual identities, proof of current name, legal presence, and date of birth is required when applying for a North Dakota Identification card. Out of state permits, licenses, and ID cards will not be accepted as proof of name, legal presence, and date of birth.
All applications for an identification card must include a social security number. The social security number will be verified with the Social Security Administration. However, the social security number will not be used as the identification card number.
Only original documents and certified copies will be accepted. No photocopies. A court order or government issued marriage certificate is required for a name change. Several documents may be necessary in the event there has been more than one name change since birth.
|If you possess a ND Driver's License||$8|
|Renewal of an ID card and you possess a ND Driver's License||$8|
|If you do not possess a ND Driver's License||no fee|
|Renewal of ID card and you do not possess a ND Driver's License||no fee|
|Replacement of a lost, stolen or destroyed ID card||$8|
Any person who has lived in this state 90 consecutive days shall be deemed a resident of North Dakota for the purpose of non-driver photo identification card issuance. Proof of North Dakota resident address may be required. You must be a resident of North Dakota to obtain a non-driver photo identification card.