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Change Address on License

In the event you have recently changed your address, it is important that you think about the consequences of your move. Of course, going from one residence to another is an exciting time in your life, but there is so much more to it than simply packing up your possessions and taking them to another location. For instance, it is now your responsibility to notify all important parties of your official address change. One of the most important entities that you need to contact is the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. While this party probably wasn't the first group to come to mind when you moved, this department uses your mailing address to send you drivers license renewal notices, letters about drivers license suspension, vehicle registration renewal and more.

When you move from one address to another within the state of Virginia, the Department of Motor Vehicles gives you a certain grace period. Plan to notify the DMV within 30 days of your move, so you do not incur a late fee.

Note: Your residence does not have to be the one that appears on your Virginia driver license or your VA ID card. In addition, you can provide the DMV with an alternate VA address in addition to your residence address, if you like.

How to Change Address on Drivers Licenses in Person

Changing your address with the VA DMV is a very simple process, so there is no reason for you to fret about the prospect of doing so. Moving is a process that is strenuous enough, and the DMV understands this. So all you have to do in order to change address on DMV documents is to visit a Department of Motor Vehicles customer service center.

Here, you will be able to perform a motor vehicle change of address on DMV records as well as complete a number of other different tasks, if you ever find them necessary. For instance, you can get a drivers license replacement that features your new address. You can also get a VA ID card replacement or an updated registration card as well. The most important thing, however, is that you make sure to bring the necessary documentation when you visit the DMV office. Department of Motor Vehicles representatives will ask to see proper ID and proof of your new address. As for what you can bring to prove your new address, this can be anything from a utility bill to the lease of the location.

How to Change Address on Drivers Licenses Online

In addition to the option of submitting Virginia address change forms in person, drivers also have the choice of filing their address change requests online. If you would like to fill out the DMV address change form online, then you will have to get a DMV-issued PIN and follow the simple but important digital instructions.

How to Change Address on Drivers Licenses by Phone

Your final option for address changing in VA is to call the DMV by phone. Simply dial 804-497-7100 and provide all the necessary information to complete the process. You can also call 800-272-9268 if you are hard of hearing.