Acceptable Forms of Identification

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Acceptable Forms of Identification

Individuals must complete a library card application and provide proof of identity, including proof of current address. One form of ID may be used if it provides proof of both name and current address (for example, a driver’s license including current address).

The list below is not comprehensive. Library staff may determine if the proof(s) of identity provided sufficiently prove both name and address.

Acceptable forms of identification include:

  1. Any photo ID issued by the U.S. Federal, Tribal, or any State Government (examples include a driver’s license, Tribal ID, current passport, green card, state employee ID card)
  2. Birth Certificate
  3. Current vehicle insurance verification form
  4. Student ID card with a photo of the student on it
  5. Acceptable evidence of current school, college, or university enrollment or employment (examples include an official transcript or registrar’s receipt for students; examples for staff include a pay stub or staff ID card)
  6. Social Security card
  7. Medicare or other medical plan card
  8. Current credit card
  9. Military ID card
  10. Voter registration card
  11. Personal check with printed name
  12. Parent or guardian’s identification for students under age 17 who are unable to provide proof of eligibility, provided the parent or guardian meets eligibility requirements, Oklahoma County ad valorem property tax statement
  13. Utility bills or receipts postmarked within 30 days
  14. Copy of current lease
  15. Mortgage paperwork within 90 days of notarization

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