What Should I Bring to Get Non-Driver Photo ID?
Driver’s licences are often used for things other than driving a vehicle — they’re a convenient form of identification while travelling within Canada, or opening a bank account, for example.
Government-issued ID cards are for Alberta residents over the age of 12 who do not (or cannot) hold a valid driver’s licence. Come to any AMA centre to get your photo ID card, and make sure you bring:
- Two pieces of Government of Alberta approved photo ID or support document
- Proof of Alberta residency
- First time applicants must supply proof of legal status in Canada
- A signed Parental Consent form, if you are under the age of 18 (a parent must be present for first time application)
- Government photo ID card (five years or prorated for term issued) – $49.45
- Government photo ID card renewal (five years or prorated for term issued) – $49.45
- Replacement ID card (lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed) – $22.45
- Address or name change (ID card replacement) – $22.45