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Re: [INFO] Veterans residing in Connecticut

»www.ct.gov/dmv/cwp/view.asp?a=805&q=514468

Veteran's Status on Driver's License/Non-Driver ID Card


Military veterans must first apply to the state Department of Veterans' Affairs before visiting a DMV or AAA office.  Beginning January 2, 2013, military veterans who apply and have status verifed can receive a driver's license or non-driver ID card with an American Flag symbol to indicate status.

 

CURRENT DRIVER'S LICENSE AND NON-DRIVER ID CARD HOLDERS: A $30 fee will be charged to have the flag symbol added prior to receiving a renewal notice from DMV.
 
There will be no additional cost to add American Flag symbol for customers renewing a license or ID card or obtaining a license or ID card for the first time.
 

What to do:

What to bring:


  • Your current driver's license or ID card (if applicable).
  • Any additional documentation for renewing or applying for a driver's license or non-driver ID card.

What it will cost: 


  • No additional cost to add American Flag for customers renewing a license or ID card or obtaining a license or ID card for the first time.
  • A $30 fee will be charged to have the flag symbol added prior to receiving a renewal notice from DMV.
  • Renewal fees and first-time issued license/ID fees will apply. See acceptable forms of payment.
  • $2 convenience fee for AAA customers ONLY. Fee must be paid by cash or check (made payable to "AAA"). 


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"The level of sacrifice that you give is beyond my comprehension. If the rest of us in the Country showed the level sacrifice that you do on a daily basis, we wouldn't have any of the problems we have." – Comedian Lewis Black speaking to the US troops.
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