State of MI Personal ID Cards

  •  Who is Eligible for a Personal Identification Card?

    Personal identification cards (PID cards) are issued to any Michigan resident, regardless of age, because there is no minimum age requirement.  You may not have a PID and a Michigan driver license at the same time. PID cards are processed at any Secretary of State Branch Office.

    Under Michigan law, a PID is as valid as a driver license for identification purposes. 

     

    Personal Identification Requirements 

    Persons under the age of 18 – Must present one form of identification with full name and date of birth (ex. A true copy or original birth certificate).

    Persons 18 years old or older – Must present three forms of identification with full name and date of birth.

     

    Personal Identification Card Fees

    The fee for a personal identification card is $10.  No fee will be charged for applicants with a physical or mental disability (you may need to present documented proof of disability with a doctors statement).

    Additional questions can be directed to the secretary of state at:

    1-888-SOS-MICH  (1-888-767-6424)