Limited-Term Driver License/ID Card
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A person who would obtain a limited-term driver license or identification card would be individuals who are not U.S. citizens, but who are in the U.S. legally:
- The expiration date of your license would be the date of your legal presence document or eight (8) years, whichever is sooner; or one (1) year from the date of issuance if there is no expiration date.
- Individuals applying for a commercial limited-term driver license are required to have and provide proof of full social security number and DOT medical card.
Requirements to obtain a limited-term document:
- Schedule a limited-term driver license appointment for your visit (coming July 2020.) You can complete the driver license application in the office, or ahead of time online.
- Photo will be taken.
- Provide evidence of a driving privilege issued in another state, or country, or evidence of completion of a course in driver education to avoid having to carry a learner permit for 90 days if age 19 and older.
- Provide proof of legal/lawful presence and identity (name and DOB.) Provide social security card or proof of ineligibility to obtain a social security number. Provide two (2) documents of Utah residence address. Visit our required documentation page to find out what is acceptable proof of each type of document required.
- Completion of required written knowledge test and driving skills test.
- Pass the eye (vision) test.
- Submit the applicable fee.
After all requirements for a license have been successfully completed, you will receive a temporary license with a photo on the same day. The completed license will then be mailed to you in approximately 8-10 weeks.