What do I need to change my license to South Dakota?
You’ll need proof of your identity, date of birth and lawful status, proof of your Social Security number, and two documents in your name less than one year old that prove your physical South Dakota address. Read more about required documents.
How do I change my residency to South Dakota?
How to Change Your Domicile to South Dakota
- Get a Physical Address in South Dakota.
- Change Your Mailing Address to Your New South Dakota Address.
- Stay at Least One Night in South Dakota.
- Switch Over Your Driver’s License.
- Register Your Vehicles in South Dakota.
- Get a South Dakota Insurance Policy.
How long do you have to live in South Dakota to get a driver’s license?
Establishing SD residency is easy. With only 24 hours of actually being in the state, you can become a resident for at least five years before you’ll need to renew your driver’s license again.
Should I move to South Dakota?
South Dakota boasts a lower cost of living than the national average when it comes to health, housing, utilities and transportation. #1 city for young professionals: Sioux Falls, South Dakota (Money Talks News 2021) #2 best state for overall well-being and happiness (MagnifyMoney 2018) #4 best state to retire in (CNBC)
How do I prove residency in South Dakota?
In order to qualify as a resident of South Dakota, you need a mailing address and a driver’s license. Businesses like the South Dakota Residency Center in Spearfish, Americas Mailbox in Box Elder and Dakota Post in Sioux Falls are able to help with establishing residency in South Dakota.
How much does a driver’s license cost in South Dakota?
How much does a driver license cost? To obtain a South Dakota driver license, you’ll need to pay a fee of $28. In addition to the licensing fee, you should be prepared for potential application fees, testing fees, processing fees, or some combination of these costs.
What does the black star mean on a driver’s license?
REAL ID compliant
Newfangled driver’s licenses with stars are REAL ID compliant, meaning that they are more secure than what were previously issued. Beginning October 1, 2020, travelers who present a driver’s license that is not REAL ID compliant will not be permitted to fly.