State ID card available for Michigan children

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The Secretary of State offers standard state identification cards for children as young as infants for $10.

The ID is available for any child or infant at the parent’s or legal guardian’s request. Applicants must provide proper documentation and have the child’s photograph taken at any Secretary of State office.

The Standard State ID Card requires a visit to any Secretary of State office where the following information must be provided:

…proof of the child’s valid Social Security number. All Social Security information will be verified. If the child is ineligible for a Social Security number, you must present a letter of ineligibility from the Social Security Administration.
…proof of identity, U.S. citizenship or legal presence and residency for the child. Residency can be confirmed through documents in the parent’s name if the family relationship can be established by other forms of documented proof.

A  link on the Michigan Secretary of State website (www.michigan.gov/sos)  will provide additional information.


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