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A non-renewable/non-transferable Ohio driver license or ID card will be issued with the same expiration date as the document issued by USCIS or four years, whichever is sooner (regardless of federal grace periods extending the expiration date).
A non-renewable/non-transferable Ohio driver license allows an individual to drive in Ohio and other states, but cannot be renewed in Ohio or transferred to another state.
Applicants must present current USCIS documents and proof of Ohio residency at each ID card or license issuance. Common acceptable documents used for proof of legal presence:
See the Acceptable Documents List for more information.
Ohio Revised Code: 4507.09
Ohio Administrative Code: 4501:1-1-37
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