Following are the basic requirements for applying for a Nevada driver's license:
Nevada residents holding a driver's license from another state need to pass the vision test and/or knowledge test. New residents must also provide proof of identification and residency.
Non-US citizens residing in Nevada may apply for a Nevada driver's license, as long as they can provide proof that they are legally authorized to be in the United States, and meet all the other requirements. The kind of license that is issued depends on your immigration status. Please note that the State of Nevada does not recognize foreign driver's licenses.
The cost for a non-commercial Nevada driver's license is $21.25. For further information on the various fees please click here.
The validity of a Nevada driver's license is 4 years from the year of issue and it expires on the driver's birthday.
With certain restrictions, an individual can legally drive in Nevada with an instruction permit. See more information on learner's licenses here.