DPC Fingerprint Agencies
Driving Privilege Card (DPC) holders must submit a completed applicant fingerprint card and photograph upon renewal, duplicate, or original application to the Driver License Division. The fingerprint card and photo are required only once if provided on or after July 1, 2011.
Prior to visiting the Driver License office, you will be required to obtain the completed fingerprint card and photograph from one of the law enforcement agencies (click the button above to see a list.)
Upon the renewal, duplicate, or original application of the DPC, the Driver License Division will collect and verify the fingerprint card, photograph, and identity documents, social security card (SSN) or Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN), proof of Utah residency, appropriate licensing fees, and a $20.00 fingerprint process and storage fee. Once approved, submitting the fingerprint card and photograph will only be required one time. Please be aware that any document appearing to be tampered with will be rejected.
Upon completion of the licensing process, the fingerprint card will be submitted to the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification, where it will be checked against the applicable state and regional criminal records databases; and notify the Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security if the person has a felony in the person’s criminal history record, or the law enforcement agency that is directed to execute a warrant of arrest if an outstanding warrant of arrest has been issued against the person.
The Bureau of Criminal Identification will maintain the fingerprint card and notify the Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security if a new entry is made in the applicable state and regional database if the person is involved in an arrest under state law involving a felony or the law enforcement agency that is directed to execute a warrant of arrest if an outstanding warrant of arrest is issued against the person.