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Transfer License/Non Driver ID From Another State

What you need to know about transferring your out of state Driver License, Commercial Driver License or Non Driver ID to New Hampshire

If you have moved to New Hampshire from another state, you must get a New Hampshire Driver License within 60 days of establishing residency in New Hampshire.

Applicants at least 18 years old

If you are at least 18 years old, you can transfer an out-of-state license to a New Hampshire license by making an appointment to visit a DMV office.  

The following are requirements for all applicants:

Applicants under 18 years old:

Drivers who are under 18 years old who hold a license from another state must fulfill all of the licensing requirements for minors, including taking a Driver Education course or transferring a Driver Education course from another state. Drivers under 18 years old who wish to transfer a Driver Education course from another state should contact the Driver Education office to ensure that all requirements are met. New Hampshire does not honor or transfer driving permits from other states.

If you have moved to New Hampshire from another state, you must get a New Hampshire Driver License within 60 days of establishing residency in New Hampshire.

If you are at least 18 years old, you can transfer an out of state license to a New Hampshire license by making an appointment to visit a DMV office.  

The following are requirements for all applicants:

New Hampshire offers a non-driver photo identification card to residents who do not qualify for a driver license. An applicant must be a New Hampshire resident who is at least 12 years of age and who does not currently have a valid driver license.  You can transfer an out of state Non Driver ID card to a New Hampshire Non Driver ID Card by making an appointment to visit a DMV office.

The following are requirements for all applicants: