Real ID 2020 Proof of Residential Address

Person with two residential address documents in your name:

  1. Provide two documents in your name as proof of residential address.

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record.

Person with one residential address document in your name:

  1. Provide the one address document in your name; and
  2. A Certification of Address with Section A completed, self-certifying your residential address.

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record.

Person with no proof of residential address who resides with a family member:

  1. Provide one document in the name of the person with whom you reside; and
  2. Provide proof of family relationship documents which may include, but are not limited to:
    • Marriage certificate
    • Military dependent identification card
    • Birth certificate
    • Adoption records

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record.

Person with no proof of residential address who resides with a non-family member:

  1. Provide one residential document in the name of the person with whom you live; and
  2. The person with whom you reside signs a Certification of Address form in front of a notary or a tax collector employee.

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record.

Minors have three options for providing proof of their residential address:

  1. Provide two residential address documents in the name of the parent or guardian who is signing the parental consent form; OR
  2. Follow the procedure for a person with one address document; OR
  3. Follow the procedure for a person with no proof of residential address documents.

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record.

Offender/Predator without two proofs of residential address:

  1. Provide current FDLE registration form; and
  2. Provide a Certification of Address document with Section A completed, self-certifying your residential address.

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record.

Homeless person residing in agency housing, a shelter, or probation home:

  1. Provide a letter from the housing agency with the residential address including the agency’s statement that you reside at the location; and
  2. Provide a Certification of Address document with Section A completed, self-certifying your residential address.

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record.

Homeless person residing outside, in a vehicle, in a tent, etc.:

Customers who do not reside in a shelter, probation home, or an agency with housing services.

  1. Provide a Certification of Address document with Section A completed, self-certifying your residential address as General Delivery.

Residential proof documents will be scanned to your record; manager level local exception required.

Certification of Address:

When using residential documents in another person’s name, the Certification of Address must be notarized or signed in the presence of a tax collector employee.