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Change Address on Driver License Guide for Nevada

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Changing your address in Nevada

If you recently moved to the state of Nevada, or relocated to a new address within Nevada, you will need to file an address change. The first step in the change of address process is updating your address with the United States Postal Service. Once you have visited a post office in Nevada to change your address, you can then proceed with changing the address on your Nevada drivers license, which is the first step to ensuring all your credentials reflect your address change. If your current address does not match the address printed on your drivers license or ID card, you may face a fine or a penalty if you are pulled over in Nevada. Schedule a {DMV-C} visit in order to update your contact information as soon as possible. To expedite the drivers license address change process, bring proof of your new address to the Nevada {DMV-C}, along with your current ID. Once you have updated your {DMV-C} address change, contact your auto insurance provider, as your car insurance rate may need an adjustment.

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Change Address on License

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Change Address on License

If you recently moved within Nevada, you will be required to update your address information with the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles. The state provides two options for address changing on your drivers license: in person or online. Motorists are given a grace period of 30 days to make their official address change with the DMV complete.

How to Change Address on Drivers License in Person

Vehicle drivers who would like to make an official address change at their local NV DMV office must have the proper documentation on hand. The Department of Motor Vehicles requires vehicle drivers to submit these items:

  • One proof of identity
    • A U.S. birth certificate
    • A U.S. passport
    • A Certificate of Naturalization
    • A Certificate of Citizenship
    • Your drivers license
  • One proof of Social Security Number
  • Two proofs of Nevada residency

Proofs of residency may include a utility bill (electric, water, Internet, cable, etc.), a financial statement from your bank, a medical bill with your new address, a magazine subscription that was recently issued, a mortgage agreement, a lease agreement or any other official piece of mail with your new address listed on it.

Once you have successfully taken the steps to change address, you will be given a Change of Address certificate card to carry alongside your NV driver's license.

Note: If you would like to keep your residential address separate from your mailing address, make sure to notify an authorized DMV agent during your visit.

The NV DMV accepts the following methods of payments:

  • Cash
  • Check
  • Money order (exact amount)
  • Electronic checks
  • Credit/ debit card
    • Visa
    • MasterCard
    • Discover
    • Star
    • NYCE
    • Pulse Pay

How to Change Address on Drivers License Online

In order to make an address change request online, you will need to visit the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles MyDMV page. Once there, you will be required to create an account with your drivers license number, if you haven't done so already. To create an account, you will need to provide your NV drivers license number, date of birth, Social Security Number and a current email address where you can be reached. Additionally, you need to select a password for protection.

As part of the online transaction, you must be ready to enter the following information:

  • Old address
  • New address
  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
  • Vehicle registration details

Upon successful completion of your online transaction, bear in mind that it will take the NV DMV a couple of days to process your request. Be sure to print out the confirmation page for your own personal records until your new drivers license arrives in the mail.

If you have any questions about your address changing request, contact the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles at 702-486-4368 (for drivers in the Las Vegas area). If you are in Reno, Sparks or Carson City, the number to call is 775-684-4368. Motorists in rural Nevada are encouraged to dial the toll-free number 1-877-368-7828. Hearing impaired callers can reach customer service care at 775-684-4904.