Individuals with a lost state ID card in Oklahoma will need to apply for the issuance of a copy of their credential in a timely manner through the state Department of Public Safety (DPS). The procedure of renewing ID card documents is usually initiated by state residents with an expired credential or an ID card that is about to expire, and it may also be finalized through the state DPS.

The main method to apply for an OK DMV ID renewal or replacement is to personally visit a DPS office and submit the required paperwork. Applicants who are currently out of the state may renew their document or apply for an identification card replacement via mail, provided they prove eligible for the procedure. Learn more about how to apply for an ID card renewal or submit an Oklahoma application for lost ID card credentials in the following documents.

How to Renew Your ID Card in Oklahoma

If you need to apply for a state ID renewal, you must address the Department of Public Safety in order to finalize the procedure timely and properly. You may be able to renew your expired ID card in OK in person at a licensing office, or by mail provided you are outside of Oklahoma at the moment.

Both of the aforementioned state ID renewal methods will require you to submit the applicable paperwork in addition to paying the fees set forth by DPS.

How to Renew ID Cards in Oklahoma in Person

The documents to request an identification card renewal in person at a local DPS branch in Oklahoma may differ depending on whether you are renewing an expired or unexpired identification credential.

To renew expired ID card documents, you will need to present one proof of identification from the primary list, including but not limited to a certified birth certificate, valid passport or a certificate of naturalization. For an OK DMV ID renewal of an unexpired document you may need to provide DPS with a finger image comparison or any of the aforementioned documents of identification.

Noncitizens applying for a DMV identification card renewal in Oklahoma will need to submit a valid passport and I-94 card (if applicable) or an alien registration card to confirm their identity. Additional paperwork may apply as well.

How to Renew ID Cards in Oklahoma by Mail

In order to request an Oklahoma ID card renewal via mail, it may be necessary for individuals who are currently out of the state to hold an unexpired document. Additional eligibility requirements may apply as well. Out-of-state residents may renew ID card documents one year before the date of expiration of their current document.

To finalize their mail-in state ID renewal application, individuals will need to mail the following information to DPS:

  • Full name and date of birth
  • License number
  • Oklahoma address of residence
  • Out-of-state or country address
  • A copy of two documents proving identity
  • A self-addressed and stamped envelope

The applicant’s mail-in request for a DMV ID renewal in OK will be processed once he or she submits payment for the set fees.

How to Replace Your ID Card in Oklahoma

Individuals with a lost or stolen ID card in OK, as well as those with a destroyed credential generally need to apply for a duplicate through the state DPS.

The methods to replace ID card documents will also include in person or by mail for applicants who meet the eligibility criteria. An Oklahoma DMV ID replacement may be purchased any time during the period the credential is valid (four years).

How to Replace ID Cards in Oklahoma in Person

When replacing ID card documents in person, you will need to go to a nearby DPS location and furnish the applicable paperwork along with payment for the set prices.

If you are replacing an unexpired OK ID card, you will need to present a finger image comparison or proof of identity such as a birth certificate, unexpired U.S. passport or a naturalization certificate among other documentation.

Noncitizens applying for an OK copy of ID card will need to submit their passport along with an I-94 card (if applicable) or an alien registration card to finalize their procedure.

How to Replace ID Cards in Oklahoma by Mail

Requesting an ID card replacement in Oklahoma via mail may be completed by individuals who are currently out of the state by submitting the applicable information to DPS in a timely manner. To purchase a duplicate ID card, applicants may be required to mail their full name and date of birth, as well as their license number, OK address and out-of-state/country address.

Additional documentation for a mail-in identification card replacement may include copies of two forms of identification, a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment for the required fee.

Note: You may not be able to renew or replace your ID card in Oklahoma via mail unless your last renewal/replacement was finalized in person.

Oklahoma ID Card Renewal and Replacement Fees

Arranging payment for the applicable ID card replacement or renewal fees is the final step toward completing either of these processes. Duplicate ID cards in Oklahoma may be obtained at the current price of $25. Contact DPS to check whether the same price applies for renewing ID cards in person and by mail. Note that fees are subject to change without notice.

Last updated on Wednesday, March 4 2020.