- PYFCO voted to start using Photo IDs for all players. Starting this year 2017, proof of age will be determined by your child’s Photo ID. Types of Photo ID’s that will be allowed are Photo IDs from the DMV, Military ID’s and Passports. Nothing else will be excepted.
Parents can obtain ID cards for their children under age 15 at any DMV customer service center. The cost of a child ID card is $10.00.
In addition to serving as an identity document, the child’s photograph is stored in DMV’s database. If the child becomes missing, DMV can retrieve the image from the database and transmit it to law enforcement anywhere in the U. S.
Child ID cards expire at the end of the month in which the child was born when the child reaches an age divisible by five (e.g. 5, 10, 15)
Obtaining a Child ID Card
Child ID cards:
- Require one identity document for the child, such as a birth certificate or passport. Use the interactive Document Guide to determine which documents you will need to bring to DMV, or refer to “Acceptable Documents for Obtaining a Driver’s License or Photo ID Card” (DMV 141).
- The parent must certify the child’s identity and residency using the Identification Card Application for Minors (DL5).
- If the child’s name appears on the parent’s legal presence document, that document governs the expiration date of the child’s legal presence.
To find out more about the requirements and the application process for an ID card, refer to Obtaining an Identification Card.
What Is Displayed On a Child ID Card
The child ID card contains the following:
- Customer number
- Date of birth, height and gender
- Expiration date and issue date
- Full legal name and address
- Full-face photograph
- Statement “Not a license to operate a motor vehicle”
- Statement “Organ donor information”