ny Wisconsin resident who does not presently hold a valid driver license (from Wisconsin or another jurisdiction) may apply for an ID card. You may not hold a valid driver license and an ID card at the same time. If you hold a valid driver license and wish to obtain an ID card, you will be required to surrender your driver license and driving privilege.
There is no age limit to apply for an ID card.
When applying for an original ID card you must visit a DMV customer service center, complete a Wisconsin Identification Card (ID) application MV3004 and provide:
Proof of name and date of birth, for example, a certified U.S. birth certificate, valid passport or certificate of naturalization. (See ID Petition Process if fees arise in order to obtain free ID card for voting).
Proof of identity (usually a document with a signature or photo).
Proof of Wisconsin residency.
Proof of U.S. citizenship, legal permanent resident status, legal conditional resident status or legal temporary visitor status. (See ID Petition Process if fees arise in order to obtain free ID card for voting).
Your social security number.
Note: If you have held a driver license in the past eight years and now wish to apply for an original ID card, you may be eligible to apply online or at a DMV service center (proof of identity is required).