A veteran designation is available for all Hawaii driver's licenses, state IDs and instruction permits.
Persons who served in any of the uniformed services of the United States and received a discharge other than dishonorable are eligible.
Issued to Arkansas residents who request the veterans designation and submit a United States Department of Defense discharge document otherwise known as a DD Form 214 that shows a discharge status of honorable or general under honorable conditions.
For states that do not currently offer veteran ID designations there are other options to get a Veterans ID card. To establish proof of service, a veteran must visit one of the Alabama Department of Public Safety’s Driver License examining offices and present a DD-214 form from the U. Department of Defense that shows an "honorable" or "general under honorable conditions" status.
To receive the designation, a veteran must show the Department of Motor Vehicles a military retiree ID card, DD214, NGB22 or other applicable discharge forms that prove a discharge under honorable conditions.
Currently all 50 states plus Puerto Rico and Washington D. Many will only require your DD214 but some states require additional documentation or will accept supplemental documentation to a DD214.
Some states do not charge for this designation, but others do.
The State of Louisiana is honoring Veterans by placing the "Veteran" designation on Louisiana driver's licenses and identification cards.
Available through Louisiana State Office of Motor Vehicle locations. The designation features a Field of Stars backdrop for the identification photo and is currently available to eligible Maine veterans and military service members at all Bureau of Motor Vehicle locations.Applicant must have honorable active duty service in U. Armed Forces, or 20 years of service in National Guard.Original Certificate of Eligibility (DS-516) obtained from the Georgia Department of Veterans Services upon presentation of Armed Forces Separation Papers (DD-214).Either a valid military identification card (common access card) or a DD214 will be required. To obtain the card, veterans must have a valid Delaware driver license or ID card and provide proof of military service.At least 30 days prior to visiting a DMV or AAA office, veterans must submit to the state Department of Veterans Affairs a completed application and proof of honorable discharge, such as a DD-214. Veterans who live in Florida can add a Veteran designation to their Florida driver license (DL) or identification card (ID card) for a one-time fee.Seleccione aquí para Español Customers must renew their Florida driver license or ID card every eight years. Florida driver license and ID card holders may renew their credential up to 18 months in advance of the expiration date.