WISCONSIN IDENTIFICATION CARD (ID) APPLICATION
Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT)
MV3004 7/2015 Ch. 343 Wis. Stats.
Wisconsin ID cards used for voting are FREE. Check the box
ID for FREE on the back.
An unexpired Wisconsin driver license is acceptable photo ID for voting. (s. 5.02(6m) Wis. Stats.)
You cannot hold both a driver license and Wisconsin ID card at the same time. (s. 343.50(1)(b) Wis. Stats.)
To get started:
Complete this application form MV3004.
If you have a Social Security number, you must provide it. (s. 343.14(2)(bm Wis. Stats.)
If you are NOT a U.S. citizen, present proof of legal presence every time you apply.
To get your rst (original) Wisconsin ID card:
SURRENDER OR PRESENT ACCEPTABLE PROOF* OF
Your current unexpired Wisconsin
Name and date of birth
Name change (if applicable)
NOTE: If your documents proving U.S. citizenship, name and date of birth, or legal name change
are unavailable, and you are applying for an ID card for the first time and it is for voting purposes,
you may use the document verification petition process by completing both this application
form MV3004 and form MV3012 DMV Administrator Petition – Unavailable Documentation.
To get a REAL ID-compliant ID card:
SURRENDER OR PRESENT
Your REAL ID-compliant Wisconsin
All of the documents above
Acceptable proof* of Social Security number
To renew your ID card or get a replacement (duplicate):
Present acceptable proof* of identity (a previously issued Wisconsin ID or driver license is sufcient).
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN) If you have an SSN, you must provide it. (s. 343.14(2)(bm) Wis. Stats.) Your SSN may be
used for purposes authorized by law and to link your driver and vehicle registration records. Your SSN must correspond with the
number issued by the Social Security Administration.
NOTICE TO MALES AGE 18–25 By submitting this application, you consent to be registered with the Selective Service System, if
required by Federal law. You also authorize WisDOT to forward any information contained in this application that is requested by the
Selective Service System for the purpose of registering you as provided in s. 343.14(2)(em) and s. 343.234 Wis. Stats.
ADA WisDOT complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
WARNING Any applicant for a Wisconsin Identication Card who presents fraudulent or altered documents or makes a false statement
to the issuing ofcer or agency, may be subject to a ne of not more than $1,000, imprisonment for not more than 6 months or both and
cancellation of fraudulently obtained Wisconsin Identication Card. (s. 343.14(5) Wis. Stats.)
RELEASE OF INFORMATION Wisconsin Identication Card information may only be shared with courts, district attorneys, county
corporation counsel, city, village or town attorney, law enforcement, the applicant or the applicant’s parent or legal guardian if the
person is under age 18.
* ACCEPTABLE PROOF DMV publishes a list of acceptable documents. Ask for Acceptable Documents for a Wisconsin
Driver License or ID Card application (publication BDS316) at your local DMV service center or look for it online at: