IDNYC

Alternate Name: IDNYC

Category: Navigating the System

Organization: NYC Human Resources Administration

Description: IDNYC is a free government-issued photo ID card for people over 14 years old who live in NYC. It can help you get City services, museum memberships, and more. IDNYC can often be used as an official ID. All New Yorkers, no matter what your immigration status is, can apply for an IDNYC card Requires proof of identity and where you live You can submit your application online before going to an enrollment center or apply in person You can apply for an IDNYC card even if you are homeless. Anyone who lives in NYC and is ages 14 or older is elibigle to apply for an IDNYC card.

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Email: Email IDNYC <a href="http://www1.nyc.gov/site/idnyc/contact/feedback.page" target="_blank">Email IDNYC</a> to get your questions answered.


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Application Process: Use the IDNYC Document Calculator to make sure you have the right documents to apply. Find an enrollment center near you and book your appointment online. Appointments are required. Print and fill out the application form ahead of time and bring it to your appointment, or fill it out at your appointment. You can also submit your application online before going to an enrollment center. Collect your documents and bring them with you to your appointment. Your ID photo will be taken at the appointment. You can submit your application online before going to an enrollment center. To do so: Go to the IDNYC website. Select the language you prefer to use. Read application instructions including eligibility and document requirements. Fill out the electronic application. Select the documents you are going to bring to the enrollment center for your appointment. Schedule an appointment for an enrollment center. Look over the information you entered and provide an electronic signature. Print out your application receipt and make sure you bring it to your appointment. Submit your application online https://access.nyc.gov/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/IDNYC_Appl-and-Instr_EN.pdf Find an enrollment center near you and book your appointment online. Appointments are required. Print and fill out the application form ahead of time and bring it to your appointment, or fill it out at your appointment. You can also submit your application online before going to an enrollment center. Collect your documents and bring them with you to your appointment. Your ID photo will be taken during the appointment. Find an enrollment center Call 311 Ask about IDNYC. Visit the IDNYC website for more information. Call 311 to find out more about IDNYC. Visit an IDNYC enrollment center near you to get help in person. Email IDNYC to get your questions answered. Visit an IDNYC center Find an IDNYC enrollment center near you to get help in person.

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required_document: IDNYC uses a point system to prove your identity and where you live. To apply, you will need to provide: Proof of your identity: at least three (3) points. Proof of where you live: one (1) point. At least one (1) of your documents much have your photo. At least one (1) document with your date of birth. If you are between the ages 14-21 and/or disabled and do not have a enough points or a photo ID you can apply with a caretaker. Use the IDNYC Document Calculator to see what documents you can use.

program_code: S2R032

blurb: A free NYC ID card

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