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| Release Date:
March 16, 2004
Last Update: September 22, 2011
|Frequently Asked Questions|
|How do I replace a lost or stolen driver's license?|
If out of state, you must provide your complete name (first, middle and last), date of birth, driver's license number, Social Security number and out-of-state address. If you need to replace a standard driver's license and are ineligible for a Social Security number, you must provide a letter of ineligibility from the Social Security Administration and proof of legal presence. You must have a valid Social Security number to obtain an enhanced license. All Social Security information will be verified.
If you will be back in the state within 180 days, a temporary extension permit will be mailed. If you will not be back in Michigan within that time, a temporary extension permit will be mailed along with a duplicate driver's license application.
For more information about a temporary extension permit or if you have questions about replacing a lost or destroyed license if out of state contact:
Michigan Department of State
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