IDNYC - Get Yours

Woman holding an IDNYC card in a library

IDNYC is the largest municipal ID program in the country. As one of the lead agencies for the program, MOIA's objective is to make IDNYC’s implementation as effective and inclusive as possible. IDNYC benefits every New York City community, including the most vulnerable communities, such as undocumented immigrants, the homeless, youth, the elderly, formerly incarcerated individuals and others who have difficulty obtaining a government-issued ID.

MOIA's dedicated, multilingual outreach team plays a crucial role in reaching New Yorkers across the five boroughs, and connecting them to enrollment centers. Secure your IDNYC appointment today.

 

Renewals

IDNYC card renewals have begun - check your card's expiration date!

IDNYC has begun accepting renewal applications for expiring cards. Check your card's expiration date to find out when you need to renew. Your card's expiration date is printed on the front of your card.

Cardholders are now able to renew their IDNYC cards online!

To make the renewal process easy, IDNYC cardholders can renew their IDNYC cards online through IDNYC's Online Portal.

When Does My IDNYC Card Expire?

Check the expiration date printed on the front of your IDNYC card.

When Can I Renew My Card?

You may renew your card up to 60 days before it expires, and up to one year after it expires. If your card expired more than 6 months ago, you will need to apply for a new IDNYC card at an IDNYC Enrollment Center.

How Can I Renew My Card?

You can renew your card either online or in person at an Enrollment Center. To renew online, visit the Online Portal and follow the instructions to begin your application. To renew in person, visit an Enrollment Center. You can make an appointment online or by calling 311.

Can I Change My Card Information Online?

You will be able to update most information on your card when renewing online, including your address and gender designation. For change of address, cardholders may be asked to upload and submit scanned residency documents. If you need to change your name, height, or eye color, you may start your renewal on the Online Portal, but must complete your renewal in-person at an Enrollment Center.