In order to obtain a REAL ID you will need to provide proof of identity/lawful presence in the United States, your social security number and two proofs of your current Oklahoma address. All documents must be originals and in printed, non-electronic format.
Real ID has a 4 year credential option and a 8 year credential option. The 8 year credential option will cost twice as much as the 4 year credential for first time applications and renewals.
The fees are as follows for the 4 year credential option:
- First Real ID: $42.50
- Renewal: $38.50
- Replace: $25
The fees are as follows for the 8 year credential option:
- First Real ID: $81
- Renewal: $77
- Replace: $25
If you are over the age of 62, you will be charged a prorated fee for a REAL ID driver license until you are 65. View full pricing info here.
A REAL ID is a new form of identification that has its own documentation requirements. Even if you previously submitted your proof of identity documents to DPS for a driver’s license or identification card, you must do so again in order to meet federal REAL ID application requirements. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Visit our ServiceOK Real ID Checklist to understand the documents you need. This checklist will have detailed questions to ensure you choose and bring all necessary documentation for yourself.
No. You must visit a DPS office or TAG agency in person to apply for a REAL ID for the first time. You will need to show documentation proving your identity and Oklahoma residency. Visit ServiceOK Real ID Checklist to understand the documents you must bring to your visit.
A REAL ID driver’s license or identification card is optional. However, Starting May3, 2023, all states will be issuing Real ID compliant licenses. We recommend Real ID above Standard ID.
A REAL ID is needed if:
1. Use to board domestic flights after the new May 3rd, 2023 deadline
2. Enter military bases and secure federal facilities.
If you want to continue to use a U.S. passport, U.S. passport card, military ID, enhanced driver’s license, or other federally accepted identification for the above purposes, you do not need to get a REAL ID, however, it is recommended.
You will need to complete another application process if you wish to receive a REAL ID after getting a standardDriver License.
Department of Public Safety offices and select tag agencies across the state.
A REAL ID is a federally accepted form of identification, driver’s license or identification card.
Real ID can be used to
- Board a domestic U.S. flight within the U.S. after the new May 3rd, 2023 deadline
- Enter secure federal facilities, such as military bases, federal courthouses, and other secure federal locations.
Starting May 3, 2023, all states will be issuing Real ID compliant licenses or ID.