A certified copy of a U.S. Birth Certificate or Resident Alien Card
A valid license from another state or the District of Columbia
U.S. Certificate or Report of Birth Abroad
Proof of Indian Blood Degree, American Indian Card
A U.S. Passport
U.S. Armed Forces ID Cards
Certificate of Naturalization, Certificate of Citizenship
An alien registration receipt (green card), employment authorization card, a proof of nonimmigrant classification, or order of an immigration judge/officer that allows and you to live and work in the United States
2. SOME SECONDARY FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION:
There are numerous other forms of identification that can be used in addition to the primary source of identification. These include, but are not limited to:
A baptism certificate that includes a date of birth and place of baptism.
A military ID.
A draft card.
A marriage certificate.
A Social Security card.
A state issued ID (non-drivers license).
3. You can be considered a state resident if:
You register to vote within any Florida county.
You accept employment in the state.
You live in Florida for more than six months at a time.
You file for a homestead exemption.
You enroll your children in any public school.
4. Students with a Learners License may not receive a motorcycle endorsement and must operate within the following restrictions:
The license holder can only drive in daylight during the first three months of his or her licensing period.
He or she must be accompanied by a driver who a) holds a valid license, b) is 21 years old or older, and c) remains in the front passenger seat.
After the initial three month period, the student may drive between 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. (same conditions of accompaniment apply).
1. The following requirements must also be met before a Learners License can be granted:
The applicant must be 15 years old or older (and attending school if under 18).
There must be a consent form with a notarized signature of a parent or guardian (signing in the presence of the examiner is allowed) if the applicant is under 18 years old (stepparents may not sign unless the applicant is legally adopted by the stepparent).
He or she must pass a vision test as well as a road rules/ road signs exam.
He or she must present two forms of identification as well as a Social Security number.
The applicant must have also completed a Traffic Law and Substance Abuse education course.
2. Operator’s License Restrictions:
If a driver is 16 years old, he or she may only drive between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m., unless accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old who is in the front passenger seat, or if traveling for work.
If a driver is 17 years old, he or she may drive between 5 a.m. and 1 a.m., unless accompanied by a licensed driver who is at least 21 years old who is in the front passenger seat, or if traveling for work.
3. The law states that you must obtain a new license with your new address within ten days of moving. You may do this by phone, mail, online, or in person at your local DHSMV office.
You will be issued a sticker for the back of your license. If you were