New Identification Documents

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New Identification Documents
Academy of Notaries Public | January 5, 2017

  • The identity of the signer is established by the notary public’s reasonable reliance on the presentation of any of the following identification forms.
  • There are two specific sets of paper identification documents, Primary and Secondary each having certain requirements.
  • The Primary Group has five identification documents which must be either:
    • Current or
    • has been Issued within five years.
  • The Five Identification Documents are:
    • California Driver’s License
    • California Identification Card
    • United States Passport (a U.S. passport need not have a physical description)
    • State Prison Inmate Identification Card issued by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, if the inmate is in custody in a California state prison(federal prisons do not apply).
    • Sheriff’s Department Inmate Identification
    • any form identification issued by a sheriff’s department; if the inmate is in custody in a local detention facility.
  • The Secondary Group has seven identification documents which must have:
    • a Photograph,
    • a Description,
    • a Signature,
    • an Identifying Number, and
    • is Current or issued within five years.
  • The Seven Identification Documents are:
    • Valid Consular Identification Document issued by a consulate from the signer’s country of citizenship
    • Valid Foreign Passport from the signer’s country of citizenship
    • Driver’s License issued by a public agency authorized to issue drivers’ licenses:
      • any other state
      • Canada
      • Mexico
    • Identification Card issued by another state
      not Canada or Mexico
    • Military Identification Card by any branch of the US Armed Forces
      Caution: Not all current military ID cards have all the requirements and should not be used.
    • State Employee Identification Card
      for an agency of the state, office of a city or county of the State of California
    • Tribal Government Identification Card
      issued by a federally recognized tribal government.

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