MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Wisconsin DOT’s Department of Motor Vehicles and the state’s Department of Health Services Vital Records Office have teamed up to put a new process in place that will help citizens get a state identification card for voting without paying government fees.
The agencies are initiating the process to assist people who don’t have the required birth certificates or other underlying documents that are required for a state ID card.
Typically, these customers would need to pay a fee to obtain the documentation.
Starting on Monday, September 15th, the DMV and the DHS will work together to provide a free verification process. The DMV already has a process in place to waive the standard ID card fee if the ID is requested for voting.
“Each DMV Service Center has steps in place to support the customer with the process and to make it as quick and easy as possible to…
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