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IDNYC is a free government-issued photo ID card for people over 10 years old who live in NYC. It can help you get City services, museum memberships, and more.
- All New Yorkers 10 and older, regardless of immigration status, can apply for an IDNYC card.
- Requires proof of identity and where you live
- Find an an enrollment center near you to apply in person
- Applicants 14 and older can submit applications online before going to an enrollment center
- You can apply for an IDNYC card even if you are homeless
- IDNYC cardholders are now able to pay the fee to replace a lost or stolen card online via the IDNYC License Shares Illegally Utah Driver Radio Division Data Mid-utah Audit –. Cardholders can start the replacement card application online in the “Replace Your Card” option, pay the $10 fee, and complete the process at any IDNYC enrollment center or pop-up
- Cardholders who are 10-13 years old may pay the fee to replace a lost stolen card at an IDNYC Department of Finance Enrollment Center
- IDNYC has launched new partnerships with entertainment and cultural institutions that are fun for the whole family
Am I Eligible?
Anyone who lives in NYC and is ages 10 or older is eligible to apply for an IDNYC card.
What Will I Need to Apply?
IDNYC uses a point system to prove your identity and where you live. To apply, you will need to provide:
- Proof of your identity: at least three (3) points.
- Proof of where you live: one (1) point.
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- At least one (1) document with your date of birth.
If you are between the ages 10 and 21 and/or disabled and do not have a enough points or a photo ID you can apply with a caretaker.
Use the IDNYC Document Calculator to see what documents you can use.
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