Oklahoma Identification License Title 47, Section 6-105.3.
This law creates the official Oklahoma Identification License which can be used as an official ID by citizens who are not licensed to drive vehicles. The legislation was initially requested by state organizations of the blind to provide identification required for check writing, business transactions and various activities of daily life. Rules and application procedures are set by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS).
First time applicants must go to drivers' examination sites and present original identification documents (birth certificate and Social Security card, plus marriage certificate if name has changed; military ID).
To find the location of a drivers' exam site, contact DPS, highway patrol offices, sheriff or police offices, or tag agents or follow this link to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety site exam location webpage, www.dps.state.ok.us/dls/pub/DLES.pdf. After the ID application is approved, the applicant must go to a tag agent where the picture ID is made. In some smaller communities, exam and tag agent offices are co-located.
The ID is $10. Manner of payment acceptable varies among tag agents, so an advance call to the tag agency may prove helpful. One-stop ID renewal is available at tag agencies.