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7410.0450 DUPLICATE DRIVER'S LICENSE, IDENTIFICATION CARD.

A.

If a Minnesota driver's license, identification card, or permit is lost, stolen, destroyed, illegible, or mutilated beyond recognition during the period of validation, the applicant for a duplicate must:

(1)

attest to that fact in writing on the back of the application form; and

(2)

present documentation of full name, date of birth, and identity as required in part 7410.0400 unless an individual's digital image and signature is on file with the department and the technology is available to retrieve that information at the application site.

B.

If the applicant indicates there is no change in the information on file with the department, including name, date of birth, and mailing and residential address, and the applicant attests to that fact by signing the application form:

(1)

another image of the applicant will not be taken; and

(2)

presentation of the identity documents specified in part 7410.0400 is not required.

C.

If an applicant for an identification card has a driver's license record on file with the department but the license has been suspended, revoked, or canceled within the past five years:

(1)

an image of the applicant applying for the Minnesota identification card will not be taken; and

(2)

presentation of the identity documents as specified in part 7410.0400 is not required.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 14.06; 168.10; 168.105; 168A.04; 168A.24; 171.02; 171.06; 171.061; 171.07; 171.10; 299A.01

History:

23 SR 832; 25 SR 616

Published Electronically:

October 11, 2007