- DEERS (Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System) Enrollment/Updates
- Common Access Card (CAC) Issuance (Military, Civilian, Contractors)
- Dependent ID Cards
- Retiree ID Cards
- 100% Disabled Veteran ID Cards
The Department of Defense (DoD) provides members of the Uniformed Services with a distinct ID card identifying them as active duty or retired members and authorizing them to receive Uniformed Services' benefits. The DoD also issues members' eligible family members and other eligible individuals a distinct ID card authorizing them to receive Uniformed Services' benefits and privileges. Proper identification and documentation are required for services to be provided. Categories below list the required documents for identification card issuance.
PROOF OF IDENTITY IS MANDATORY
- Two valid, unexpired forms of identification must be presented to receive any ID card
- All documents must be originals, or they must be certified or notarized copies
- All foreign documents must be originals with an apostille and translated into English
- All court documentation must be state or county certified, stating that it has been filed and recorded in the courthouse
- When a Social Security Number is required, you may use a Social Security card or other official documentation showing the SSN (i.e. Tax ID form, Military ID, letter from the Social Security Office with SSN)
- Driver's licenses must have an actual date of expiration
LOST OR STOLEN ID CARDS
Two acceptable forms of valid identification (federal or state-issued) are required to receive a replacement ID. Identification can be two forms of picture ID, or one picture ID plus birth certificate or Social Security card.
LOST OR STOLEN COMMON ACCESS CARDS (CAC)
A memorandum for the lost or stolen Common Access Card plus two acceptable forms of valid idenfitication (federal or state issued) are required to receive a replacement.
**Military Members: A memorandum from the Service Member's commander, first sergeant, or adjutant confirming that the CAC has been reported lost or stolen, or a counseling statement
**DOD/DA Civilian employee: A memorandum from the employee's HR department or supervisor describing the date, place and circumstance of the loss or theft.
**DOD Contractor personnel: A memorandum from the contractor's Trusted Agent (TA) describing the date, place and circumstances of the loss or theft.