A Valuable Tool for Parents
“Arizona ID cards have no age restriction,” said MVD Stakeholder Relations Manager Jennifer Bowser-Richards. “Parents should consider an ID card for children, even infants, because it’s an added layer of protection in case of an emergency or law enforcement situation. They can also be a tool to help prevent identity theft and are useful for anyone traveling outside the U.S.”
|ID cards cost $12 and are available at MVD offices and Authorized Third Party providers, like FooteWork, that provide drivers license and ID card services.|
Customers need to bring in the child’s Social Security number and one primary form of documentation such as a Birth Certificate,
Permanent Resident Card, Tribal Certificate of Indian Blood, among others, as well as proof of Arizona residency. A full list of acceptable documents can be found at azdot.gov/childid.
“This is an important service for every parent or guardian to consider for a child’s safety, and if you get an ID card, be sure to periodically get it updated as the child changes and grows.”
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