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What is required to get a state ID card?

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To get a non-driver ID card in a state, a person needs proof of current residence in the state, as well as proof of United States citizenship. In addition, the person needs to pay the required fee, which varies by state. Several documents can prove United States citizenship.

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A certified copy of a birth certificate serves as one proof of United States citizenship, if the person has the original copy on-hand. A Social Security card is also required, and the card should have the same name as the birth certificate to eliminate discrepancies.

Proof of residency in Wisconsin, for example, includes utility bills, tax returns, credit card statements or other certified mail delivered to a non-P.O. box address.

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