Updating address on illinois drivers license
213 State Capitol Springfield, IL 62756 213 State Capitol Springfield, IL 62756 1-800-252-8980 Whether you're a teen, first-time adult driver, or new Illinois resident, it's helpful to understand what is required to apply for driving privileges from the Driver Services Department of the Illinois Secretary of State (SOS).
Consider the following license classes before continuing: NOTE: If you are younger than 18, you must complete the Graduated Driver License (GDL) program which includes taking driver's ed, geting a permit, and completing 50 hours of behind-the-wheel training before applying for a provisional driver's license.
To update your address, please use i Start, the new ISSS portal for all requests and edits to your immigration record.
Click on ‘Biographical Information’ then ‘Address Update’.
You will see the address that is currently being reported, as well as a fillable form allowing you to change this information.
Once you’ve updated your address, just click ‘submit’.
Motorists must request a DMV change of address in order to update the information on their DMV records, driving licenses, car registration and title certificates.
In addition, drivers need to report their address change to their car insurance companies in order to avoid mistakes for the payments.
Failure to do so can result in serious consequences, including the termination of your visa status.
Updating this information should only take a minute, but is an important part of maintaining your status.
Please note that non-Illinois addresses, department addresses, or PO Boxes will not be accepted.
60 to 90 days before your drivers license expiring, you will receive a letter from the Illinois Secretary of State’s office.
This letter is mailed to the address the Secretary of State has on file, and has all of the information necessary for you to renew your drivers license.