Other acceptable ID includes:
ID card; School ID card; Health insurance
card (not a Medicare card);
U.S. military ID card; or Adoption decree.
According to the Tx DMV
you can get a State Issued ID with:
-one piece of primary identification
-one piece of secondary identification plus two pieces of support identification
-two pieces of secondary identification.
-Texas driver license (DL) with photograph within two years after the expiration date.
- Unexpired United States Passport;
-United States citizenship (naturalization) certificate with identifiable photograph;
-Unexpired United States Immigration and Naturalization Service document with verified data and identifiable photograph;
-Unexpired United States military ID card with identifiable photograph.
- Original or certified copy of a birth certificate issued by the appropriate State Bureau of Vital Statistics or equivalent agency.
-Original or certified copy of United States Department of State Certification of Birth
-Unexpired photo DL or photo ID issued by another (United States) state, US territory, the District of Columbia, or Canada
-Original or certified copy of court order with name and date of birth
(at least two years old)
-unexpired military dependant id card
-original or certified copy of marriage license or divorce decree
-voter registration card;
-Social Security card;
-concealed handgun license;
-Texas driver license temporary receipt;
-expired driver license or identification certificate issued by another state, territory, District of Columbia, or Canadian province that is within two years of the expiration date.
-a foreign passport (with or without a United States Visa)
-a consular document issued by a state or national government
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