How do I prove residency in Washington state? Establishing domicile includes affirmatively creating legal ties and relationships in the state of Washington — for example, driver’s license (or state ID), vehicle registration, voter registration, bank account, and lease or home purchase agreement.
What documents do I need to get a Washington state drivers license? Proof of U.S. citizenship (e.g., a valid U.S. passport or U.S. Certificate of Citizenship) Proof of your identity (e.g., a valid driver’s license or passport) Proof of a valid Social Security number (e.g., a Social Security card or W-2 with your SSN) Proof of Washington state residency.
How long do you have to live in Washington to be a resident? You must live in Washington state for 12 months before the start of the term to be considered a resident of Washington. Previous residency in Washington does not grant current residency if you have taken steps to establish residency in another state.
Can undocumented immigrants get a driver’s license in Washington state? In Washington, someone with no legal immigration status in the U.S. can obtain a standard driver’s license by proving identity and state residency.