Costs Include MVD Express Convenience Fee + All Applicable State Fees and Tax.
Having some form of ID to carry with you when you go out is essential. You may be required to show an ID when you use a credit card at a store, and you have to have an ID to open a bank account. A valid ID is also necessary if you want to apply for a library card, access any kind of records such as your New Mexico driving record, and if you want to travel by air.

If you don’t have a driver’s license because you don’t drive, what can you do? You can get a new state ID card.



You can get a new state ID card at any of our locations.

How to Get a State Identification Card

You’ll have to apply in person to get a state ID. Our staff at MVD Express knows their stuff, but to make the process go even faster, make sure you bring:

  • An original birth certificate, military ID, or passport
  • Your Social Security card
  • 2 proofs of New Mexico residency (1 proof of New Mexico residency if under 18)

When you come in, we’ll take a picture of you for your new ID card. Don’t worry, we’ll make sure you like the picture before we make your card. You’ll also need to provide us with a signature for your card. You also have the option of registering as an organ donor (minors must have a guardian’s signature).

The fee for a four-year state ID is $10.00 and $18.00 for an eight-year state ID. If you are 75 or older, there is no fee for a state ID.

Call your local MVD Express today to talk to one of our helpful staff members about getting your New Mexico state ID!
(575) 200-1224 in Las Cruces
(505) 218-7448 for all Other Offices



MVD Express is the one-stop shop for all of your MVD needs. Whether you’re wondering where to get a state ID or need another kind of MVD service, we offer knowledgeable, friendly and most of all fast service to go along with it. With an MVD Express right around the corner, you can be sure you’ll be able to get all of your new state ID card needs fulfilled!

MVD Express is proud to serve New Mexico with locations in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe and Las Cruces.