Welcome to the Licensing Division’s “Frequently Asked Questions” webpage. These are the most commonly asked questions
concerning licensing, and it is our hope that we have answered them thoroughly.
(Licensee) Frequently Asked Questions
When is a Certified License History for an Arizona Salesperson/Broker license needed?
A certified license history may be needed to qualify for professional licensure in another state. This is
not an employment history. Employment history is available from the ADRE
How to request a Certified License History for an Arizona Salesperson/Broker license.
Certification of Licensure Request Form (LI-217)
||Scan and submit to the Department by
||Allow approximately 5 – 7 business days for processing
||Make a Payment – ADRE will contact licensee to request credit/debit card payment information in
accordance with the current fee schedule
How soon after a change in my personal information must I report it to ADRE?
Pursuant to Arizona A.R.S. and rule any and all change to information must be reported to the ADRE within 10 business
days. Changes that are not made, or not made timely, are violations of statute and rule and may be cause for
How to change information / notify the ADRE.
* Click here for a list of qualifying transactions that can be
performed online or scanned and emailed to the ADRE to save you time and money!
Who has the ability to perform online or scanned transactions with ADRE?
||Scan / In-Office Transactions
|Business Address Change
||Designated / Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
|Business Phone Change
||Designated / Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
|Home Address Change
Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
|Home Phone Change
Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
Self Employed Broker
If I requested to be hired using the Online System, why does my license status still show inactive?
Be sure to:
- Advise the Broker you have requested to be hired through the Online System.
- Verify that the Broker logs into the Online System to approve the request.
- Have Broker print out the license from the Online System and begin work under that Broker.
- If the Broker fails to approve it, the hire request is incomplete and closed and the licensee will show
as inactive status and is not legal to conduct business.
How do I know when my license expires?
- The expiration date is on the license certificate (When licensed on active status and employed by a
- The information is also available anytime on the ADRE
Public Database or through the
Online Licensing System.
Can I have a Doing Business As (DBA) or other name for my Professional Corporation?
No. A Professional Corporation (PC) or Professional Limited Liability Corporation (PLLC) cannot have a
business or DBA name and the PC or PLC name must be comprised of licensed members (only). Refer to
A.R.S. 32-2125 (B) and R4-28-303 (F). All commissions must be paid by the Broker to the PC or PLLC.
How do I request or register a name for my Team?
Team names are no longer managed by the Department. The rule (R4-28-502 - Regulating Teams) was repealed
in March 2005. Team members are still responsible for the accuracy of all advertising, including
meeting all the requirements of R4-28-502, as well as, displaying the employing Broker's name in Team ads, with the Broker’s
name consistent in size with the Team name. (R4-28-502 and R4-28-503)
I mailed in my application to the Department a few weeks ago and I have not heard anything back.
Can I start work?
- Scanning the licensing application package to the ADRE might allow for faster processing. Upon receipt, ADRE must
approve and process the application.
- When the
Salesperson / Associate Broker Change Form (LI-202) has been submitted with the application, when processed, the
license online will show as active status.
- If the Broker hire is to be processed online, the license information may be accessed from the Public
Database by entering the last name, then first name.
- This will bring up the license number and expiration date.
- After submitting the Broker hire online the Broker should be reminded that they must approve it
before the licensee is legal to work.
- The Broker will print out the license certificate.
If I am making a change to my license, how long does it take for approval?
When using the Online System, most changes are approved instantly. Otherwise a change request will be
processed in the order received.
Who may I contact at the Department? I call and cannot reach anyone.
ADRE is enhancing the www.azre.gov website, including the Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQ), as well as modifying forms to be more “user friendly”. Using a checklist to ascertain that the application
and all documents are complete before submitting to ADRE will allow for faster processing, without being returned to the sender
as deficient. To contact Licensing
Why am I required to submit the Fingerprint Clearance Card to the Department?
Pursuant to §32-2108.01 applicants for licensure are required to obtain a valid fingerprint clearance card
through the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) prior to submitting an application to ADRE. This
does not affect the department’s authority to otherwise issue, deny, cancel, terminate, suspend or revoke the
Is the License Certificate that is printed from the ADRE Online Services website legally
acceptable? In other words, do I need the official license?
Yes, the printed cetificate is legally acceptable. The electronic license certificate is the official
license certificate - and available INSTANTLY, after ADRE records are updated! Licenses are no
longer mailed out, thus the online certificate is the only one available.
Licensee employment information is also included in the 'printer friendly' license information on the ADRE
A person licensed as a PC or PLLC may display their name on the license certificate including the PC/PLLC
notation. If not licensed through a PC or PLLC, this section states 'not applicable'. Duplicate
license certificates may be printed.
What is the difference between an LLC and a PLLC?
A PLLC is an LLC organized under Chapter 4 of Title 29 of the Arizona Revised Statutes for the purpose of
providing one or more categories of service that may be lawfully rendered only by a person licensed, or
otherwise authorized by a licensing authority in Arizona to render the service.
The PLLC specifies that, in those cases where only a person licensed or otherwise authorized by an Arizona
licensing authority, wishes to render one or more categories of service, the licensee(s) may do so only as a
PLLC. Remember, all compensation must be paid through the Employing Broker.
General rules and regulations governing an LLC may apply to a PLLC. (A.R.S. 29-843).
How do I form a PC/PLLC?
What if I have already formed an LLC but need to change to PLLC?
- If you are seeking to change your LLC to a PLLC, you can amend your LLC Articles of Organization with
the Arizona Corporation Commission. As a minimum, the name must be amended to substitute PLLC for
LLC. There may be additional items to amend depending on how the entity was set up. Follow
the directions on the form.
- After filing the amended Articles of Organization, another Notice of Filing must be published in a
newspaper of general circulation. Submit the completed
Corporation (PC) or a Professional Limited Liability Corporation (PLLC) Application (LI-231) and all required
- For any questions concerning processes and forms, see the Arizona Corporation Commission website and/or
consult professional advice.
How do I inactivate my license?
- To inactivate a license it is necessary to sever from the Broker onine at
https://az.gov/webapp/dre/. There is no fee when this is
- An inactive status is allowed indefinitely, as long as continuing education (CE) is uploaded, however,
remember, the difference between an active and an inactive license is that one cannot perform real
estate activity with an inactive license.
- It is still required to renew the license timely, complete and report continuing education credits,
report any changes in personal information (address, name, etc.), and report any criminal conviction or
civil judgment, as well as, adhere to all other licensing requirements.
- To activate a license, visit https://az.gov/webapp/dre/.
The new Broker must log on and approve the hire, before the license becomes active. There is no fee for activating
the license when done online (see Fee Schedule). There is no charge for inactivating your license online.
- When processing a hire by scan/mail or walk-in it is required to complete and submit the
Salesperson / Associate Broker Change Form (LI-202) with the employing Brokers signature and the
processing fee (see Fee Schedule).
What do I do if I have been convicted of a felony, or misdemeanor or have an adverse judgement or
A written disclosure of a criminal conviction, or an adverse judgment or disciplinary action against a professional license must
be submitted to the Department in writing within 10 business days of the conviction, with required documentation (download and
review the Disciplinary Actions
Disclosure (LI-214/LI-244) and the Disclosure
Document Checklist (LI-400)). Arrests need not be reported.
I was cited last week for DUI; do I need to disclose this incident?
No disclosure is required at the time of arrest. Written notice is required within 10 days of the sentencing/conviction.
Even if you notify the ADRE at time of arrest, ADRE will not consider this a disclosure until a written notice is delivered
within the 10 day time frame.
When do I make my disclosure?
In accordance with the Commissioner’s Rule R4-28-303(D) “a sales person or broker shall notify the Department in writing
within 10 days of any changes in the individual’s personal information or qualifications”.
How do I make the initial disclosure?
You are required under the Commissioner’s Rule R4-28-303(D)(1) to submit a written statement within ten days. The statement
must include but not limited to details surrounding the events leading to the conviction such as arresting agency, date of
incident, what court you attended, date of sentencing, outcome such as final plea, date of plea and sentencing.
After making my initial written disclosure to ADRE, what is the next step?
A disclosure package will be sent by ADRE via certified mail. The package will include a letter with detailed time frames
in which documents must be turned in. The package also includes an LI-400, which can also be downloaded from the forms
area of our web site at: www.AZRE.gov. As a courtesy, you will be sent
a DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card application. For further information on obtaining a new Fingerprint Clearance Card,
contact DPS directly.
If I have documents from the court that were given to me at the time of conviction, can I submit them?
Only if they are certified copies of the court records.
I have some of the documents in order for the LI-400; can I submit them now and the rest at a later
No, all documents must be complete with the LI-400 and submitted as a complete package. Incomplete submittals will be
What if I need more time to complete the disclosure requirements?
Required documents are expected to be submitted to ADRE prior to the required deadline dates. A one-time ten day extension
may be granted by contacting the ADRE disclosure specialist.
What is a certified court document?
A certified copy is a copy (often a photocopy) of a primary document that has an endorsement or certificate that this is a true
copy of the primary document. It is usually affixed with a raised seal or stamp. When certified copies are stapled,
DO NOT REMOVE THE STAPLES, it nullifies the certification and a new set will be required.
What document do I ask for when contacting the court?
Each court system is different and has different forms. What ADRE is interested in and considers when reviewing, are the
details of the conviction and sentencing, such as dates the sentencing was given and what fines, jail time, community service
I was convicted eight months ago and did not know I needed to disclose, now how can I have my case
This is considered a “late disclosure”. Notify the Department in writing as soon as possible so that the Disclosure
process can begin. It does take some time and the entire required process must take place. The Department does
handle all cases in an “as received” priority. The Department is held to an administrative standard to treat all cases
Qualify and Obtain a Broker’s License.
Click here to view / download the
"Obtaining an Arizona Real Estate License" brochure.
How to obtain a Broker’s license for a Corporation (CO), Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
or Partnership (PA).
Complete the Entity / Employing Broker Forms.
ADRE will not process any incomplete packets; Entire packet
will be returned.
Follow all instructions/steps carefully.
||ADRE Instructions help complete the application.
Entity/Employer Broker Name Reservation Request (LI-213) and submit the completed form by
||Wait for the Entity/Employer Broker Name Reservation approval notice from ADRE; approximately 7 business days
||After ADRE Name Approval - Register the Entity with the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC)
or Arizona Secretary of State (Partnerships or Trade Names Only)
||Apply for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
||Apply for Trust Account(s) with an Arizona Banking Institution
Entity/Employing Broker Licensure Application (LI-212). Submit with all required documents as one
||Wait for ADRE final approval prior to conducting business under the new Entity; approximately 24-48 hours process
Closing an Entity in Arizona.
How to Hire (activate license) / Sever (inactivate license).
Changing Brokerage Information, such as business address, business legal name etc.
||Use the Online License & Renewal System - click here
||If unable to process online - Complete
Entity Address Change Form (LI-201). Scan and submit to the Department by
||Make a Payment – ADRE will contact licensee to request credit/debit card payment information in accordance with
the current fee schedule
Designated Brokers – Out of Office Notification to ADRE.
|Time out of Office
||Who Can Assume Temporary Delegation
||Notification Requirement to ADRE
|Less than 5 days
||None, as long as the Designated Broker can be reached
|5 – 30 days
• Associate Broker
• Designated Broker (DB)
|Letter delegating temporary authority – to be maintained at brokerage and
attached to/filed with all hire/severs and renewals.* Limited rights.
|30 days or more
||Designated Broker must resign and brokerage must hire a new Designated Broker (DB) – see
FAQs to Hire / Sever
* For Associate Broker / Designated Brokers Delegation – any transactions that must be performed in-office at
the ADRE, such as hire / severs, renewals etc., must have the letter delegating temporary authority attached to the transaction
Broker Management Clinic (BMC)* – What is it and When is it needed?
Broker Management Clinic follows prescribed content and may focus on a particular type of real estate business, such as
property management, residential or commercial real estate.
When is the BMC needed:
|New Broker Applicants
||Designated Brokers /
Self Employed Brokers and Delegated Associate Brokers**
||When becoming a Designated Broker/Self Employed Broker or Delegated Associate
Broker** and has not taken the BMC within the last 23 months
||At every renewal
* Effective January 1, 2013, the three (3) hour BMC course
requirement will change to a nine (9) hour course consisting of three (3) separate content courses of three (3) hours each in the
Commissioner’s Standards category pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-2136.
** Delegated Associate Broker = Associate Broker with written
authorization to act on behalf of designated broker by reviewing and initialing contracts and similar instruments pursuant to
A.R.S. § 32-2151.01(G). Effective January 1, 2013, the BMC is a new requirement for the Delegated Associate Broker license
type pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-2136(C).
How do I renew online?
- First make sure that your Proof of Legal Presence has been submitted to ADRE online. When submitting, allow for a
few days for ADRE to review and approve the submission.
- Visit https://az.gov/webapp/dre/.
- Enter the license number. If license number is not known, click on the "Public Database" link at the end of the
line that begins “To log in…”. Select “search by name” then enter the last name and click "submit".
Find the correct licensee’s name on the list that appears and the license number will be listed. Any
licensee's license information may be researched using this tool. Do not cut and paste the license number from the
Public Database into the Online System. The system will give an error message.
- Ensure that the correct last four digits of the Social Security number are used.
- Type the date of birth in the format shown, mm/dd/yyyy (two digits for month, two for day, and four for year) as
instructed. If a mistake is made, delete all of the numbers in that field and type them again.
- Click on "Login".
- Next, if not done already, select “Manage my Continuing Education” and enter all CE classes. SIMPLY ENTERING
THE CONTINUING EDUCATION DOES NOT RENEW THE LICENSE; THE RENEWAL FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED AND THE RENEWAL FEE MUST BE
- Next, if not done already, select “Manage my Legal Presence” and upload the required documentation
(click here for
- Follow the prompts to renew the license before the license expiration date. Also access Online Services to change
any personal information (address, phone number, email address) or request employment by a Broker. Further
instructions are given with each page. It is fast and easy!
- Now, confirm that all processes have been completed accurately and that the system has accepted it.
- NOTE: If renewing after a license expiration date and disclosing a criminal conviction, adverse judgment,
discipline against a professional or occupational license, or registering a conditional waiver of continuing education
hours, the renewal must be done in paper format and one cannot renew using the Online System.
What does it cost to renew my license?
The License Fee Schedule may be obtained by
clicking here or visiting
www.azre.gov and clicking on the Fee Schedule link on the left navigation
menu. (Subject to change without notice as statutes or rules change.)
- If making changes, additional fees may be required. Review the instructions on the change forms that are being
- If the license lapsed more than one year previously, re-licensure must be applied for, not renewal.
What renewal form do I use?
Renew online at https://az.gov/webapp/dre/.
Visit ADRE Licensing Forms.
Continuing Education (CE) credits must be submitted online prior to submitting a renewal application. The Proof of
Legal Presence must be submitted, if not done previously.
If I filed for license renewal using the Online System, why doesn't it show that it's renewed?
Remind the Designated Broker that the online renewal has been processed. The Designated Broker should log on to Online
Services and approve the renewal. The Broker can print out the license and the licensee is authorized to practice real
estate. Should the Designated Broker not take action to approve or disapprove, the license will not be renewed as still
being employed by that broker. If the broker disapproves the renewal application, the license will be renewed in inactive
status and the licensee’s employment is severed from the Broker. The effective date of the sever will be the earlier of
the license expiration date or the Broker's disapproval of the renewal. To avoid conducting any unlawful license activity,
the Department recommends that all licensees monitor the status of their online renewal and their license status closely, until
renewed and active status is confirmed.
Where do I renew my license?
You may renew your license:
- Online at https://az.gov/webapp/dre/.
- If filing by scan/mail or by walk-in at the ADRE office. Download and complete the appropriate forms and submit
to the Department.
- Be sure to sign the forms, have the Designated Broker sign if active-status, and include the renewal fee.
- Make sure the CE courses have been submitted through the online system under “Manage my Continuing Education”.
- The renewal will not be processed until the CE education has been entered and verified.
- Confirm that the Proof of Legal Presence has been uploaded.
- When licensee is renewing in person, it is recommended that the renewal be done at least 2 business days prior to the end of
the month. If renewing late, include an
Unlawful License Activity Statement Form
(LI-555). If activity was done during the expired period, it is not legal to conduct business during this time
until the renewal application has been reviewed.
- When the renewal has been approved and updated, it will show the licensee as inactive. Please confirm online.
- You may hire on to a Broker using Online Services.
- The Broker must approve the online hire-on before the licensee is legal to work.
* Please note: Applications for license renewal will be processed in the order in which they are
received. Caution... when scanning, emailing, mailing, don’t wait until the last minute.
What do I provide to my Broker as proof that I filed an application?
One of the many advantages to filing online is that the confirmation page may be printed and the Designated Broker can
immediately approve the hire on or renewal and print the license. A license status may be confirmed, in the Public
Database from the Department's webpage, at www.azre.gov. When applying
as a walk-in, the receipt showing payment of the fee can be provided.
How can I receive a renewal reminder that my license is expiring soon?
Make sure the email address with the Department is accurate. The Department issues “courtesy reminders” to brokers and
salespersons electronically to remind them of the approaching license expiration. The email address that
has been registered with the Department is used to provide reminders approximately 90, 60, and 30 days preceding
the license expiration date. As an added courtesy service, Designated Brokers with correct email addresses registered with
ADRE receive notice of licensed employees whose licenses are expiring at the same 90, 60 and 30 day intervals.
The Department recommends licensees use their personal email address, so as to retain the connection to the
Department even if their employer changes.
Inactive-status Entity Employing Brokers (corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and limited
liability partnerships) will not receive an email.
Using email to provide electronic reminders of upcoming license expirations may reduce the number of late-filed
applications, thus allowing the Department to redirect resources.
It remains the license holder's responsibility to maintain their license in good standing before engaging in
activities that require licensure.
When did license renewal expiration dates change from four (4) years back to two (2) years?
Effective July 29, 2010, and forward, all renewals processed will be issued a two year license.
License Renewal Checklist
It is recommended that this list be printed and used to ensure that all requirements for license renewal are adhered to,
whether renewing online or by paper. Review the Personal Information page through the
www.azre.gov Public Database to verify all information is correct before
- Review Name and Address; make sure City, State & ZIP code are included and are correct.
- Verify or correct if necessary, the residence telephone number, business telephone number if
active-status, and email address.
- If active status, review the current employer name and business address, including any suite number,
and make sure City, State, and ZIP code are included and are correct.
- A real estate licensee must go online and submit 24 hours of approved CE courses for each 24 month
Continuing Education Period. If unsure of the requirement, read the
Continuing Education Credits do I need?" FAQ.
- Answer all the questions on the
Disciplinary Actions Disclosure
(LI-214/LI-244) and if “yes” answers to any question, provide the additional documents as instructed at the bottom
of the form. If answering “yes” to any question paper renewal is required, rather than online.
- Sign the renewal application if renewing by paper form. If the license is active status, have the
Designated Broker sign it also, and submit the form.
- If making license changes, remember to include any additional forms or fees. If unsure, read the
"How to change information / notify the ADRE" FAQ. Instructions and applicable fees are on
the forms. For information
- When proof of Legal Presence has not been submitted, follow the instructions listed on
https://az.gov/webapp/dre/. Select “Manage my Legal
Presence”. This process must be completed prior to being eligible to renew and must also be reviewed and approved
by ADRE personnel during regular business hours, so do not wait until the last minute to do this.
When doing a paper renewal, scan/mail the renewal application and attachments, or deliver them to the ADRE office during
regular business hours. If delivering it in person, try to avoid the last week of the month, which is the busiest
time. When renewing online, make sure it is done by or before the last day of the month.
When the end of my renewal month falls on a weekend or holiday, when must my application
be filed to avoid a lapse in licensure?
If the last day of your license period falls on a weekend or holiday, it will be considered a timely renewal
IF it is:
- filed online before midnight of the expiration date,
- postmarked by the last day of the month and year in which it's due, or
- received at the ADRE the first business day following the weekend or holiday.
Make certain Legal Presence is uploaded at least three business days prior to renewal date, AND after inputting renewal
information, make sure that renewal was accepted online.
When filed in office, the process will determine if renewal documents are complete. If incomplete, it will be rejected
and returned as deficient. Remember, the Proof of Legal Presence must be in the system a few days prior to renewal.
What happens if I don't renew before my license expiration date?
When a completed renewal application is not submitted prior to the license expiration date, the license expires, and the
licensee is severed from the Broker.
WHEN THE LICENSE HAS EXPIRED, THE LICENSEE IS NO LONGER LICENSED TO CONDUCT BUSINESS.
- The Licensee must cease all activity for which a license is required.
- The Licensee cannot be hired by a Broker and licensed on "active status" until the Department has
completely processed the late-filed application
Late renewals may be renewed using the Online System or may be submitted by scan/mail or in person at the ADRE
office. Complete applications for late renewals will be processed in the order received.
Deficient applications will be returned to the applicant, unprocessed.
If filing within one year after license expiration (Late Renewal), renew using the Online System if eligible, or complete
and submit the following forms, documents and fees:
Should a license expire, there is a one-year "grace period" in which to renew. After the grace period
expires, the license is terminated. When the license is terminated (expired for more than one year), an
original license must be applied for. (Per A.R.S. § 32-2131) The Department has no authority to extend this
timeframe. Licenses not renewed within a year of expiration are terminated in EVERY case.
Should licensee continue working while the license was not current, or was in an “in-active status”, the
Department will NOT accept a hire on form until the renewal application has been approved.
There are serious consequences when one continues to transact real estate business after the license expires,
which could include a civil (monetary) penalty, additional continuing education requirements and license
suspension or revocation, as well as, the requirement that all commissions earned during period of license
expiration, be returned.
May I have my late fee waived if I renewed late, due to not receiving my renewal notice on time?
No. It is only “as a courtesy”, that the Department emails renewal notices at 90, 60 and 30 days increments prior to
license expiration, and, for active licensees, an email notice is sent to the Designated Broker. It is required that
ADRE have a current valid email address for every licensee.
*** Failure to receive the renewal notice does not excuse a failure to renew on time. ***
Can I get an extension on my license renewal?
The Department does not have the authority to change the license expiration date, nor, "extend" a license
After I file my late renewal application, will I be able to hire online?
When the license expired within the immediate preceding year, there may be eligibility to file for "late
renewal". When renewed, the license would be in an "inactive status", which requires a hire on by a Broker.
The hire on can be done on line. The Broker must approve the hire on request online within 30 days, or the
hire on is not effective. Be sure to confirm that the Broker approval has taken place.
Licensees within their grace year are able to renew online IF they do not have any Disciplinary Action
Disclosures and DID NOT conduct unlawful license activity. (See A.A.C. R4-28-303 and R4-28-306) False
responses to the disclosure and unlicensed activity questions may result in disciplinary action up to and
including license revocation.
Persons who received a waiver, that are substituting a class for Fair Housing, must contact the Department
prior to attempting to renew their license.
Why do I have to provide Proof of my Legal Presence in the United States?
The 2008 Arizona Legislature created Arizona Revised Statute § 41-1080 which requires all state agencies
that issue professional licenses to obtain proof of the licensees' legal presence in the state before
issuing or renewing a license. This is a universal requirement of anyone holding a state-issued
professional license in Arizona.
How do I submit my Proof of Legal Presence information?
- Log on to the Department's Online Licensing System at
https://az.gov/webapp/dre/ and select "Manage
My Legal Presence Requirements" on the right side of the screen.
- Select the type of document you are providing from the drop-down menu.
- Upload the document using the "Browse" button to navigate to where the document is stored on licensee’s
- Click on "submit."
- When licensee has an email address on file with the Department, an email advisory as to whether the
document is accepted, will be sent.
- Please insure the document is legible before submitting it.
- If unable to submit these documents by uploading them to ADRE, a legible copy may be sent, via regular
mail (no faxes), with a cover letter stating that documentation is being provided to meet the
requirements of ARS §41-1080. The letter should include the licensee’s real estate license number
(BR number for Brokers, SA number for sales agents), expiration date, and licensee’s name as it appears
on the license.
- Remember, the Proof of Legal Presence must be submitted and approved by the ADRE prior to acceptance of
CE Credits and/or License Renewal.
What formats are acceptable for submitting documents (what types of files)?
You may submit documents scanned as PDF, JPG, BMP and TIF.
What documents are acceptable to meet the requirements of A.R.S. § 41-1080?
- An Arizona driver's license issued after 1996 OR an Arizona non-operating identification license
- A driver license issued by a state that verifies lawful presence in the US
- A birth certificate or delayed birth certificate issued in any state, territory or possession of
- A US passport
- A foreign passport with a US Visa
- An I-94 form with a photograph
- A US Citizenship and Immigration Services Employment Authorization document or a Refugee Travel
- A US Certificate of Naturalization
- A US Certificate of Citizenship
- A tribal Certificate of Indian Blood
- A tribal or BIA Affidavit of Birth
* Should you choose to submit a document that does not have a photograph (i.e. a birth certificate), please be
advised that ARS § 41-1080 requires that you supplement your submission with a government issued photo I.D. that does contain
Can I submit more than one person's documentation at the same time?
The electronic documents are attached to the person's license file, so only include one person's document
(driver's license, passport, etc.) in the scanned file submitted. When more than one person's information
is in one scanned document it will be rejected.
How will I know if my document is received and is acceptable?
When the Department processes the document, an email advisory of acceptance or rejection, and if rejected, a reason, will be
sent to the email address used by the sender. It is best to confirm acceptance by logging onto the Department's Online
Licensing System at https://az.gov/webapp/dre/ and selecting "Manage
My Legal Presence Requirements" on the right side of the screen, and then click on "View Current Status". The document
submitted may also be viewed.