RAPIDS/DEERS ID Card Office
TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL VISIT
Bring ALL required documents and ensure you have two forms of ID. Additionally, all documents must be in English. If you have questions please call prior to your appiontment.
CAC PIN Resets
CAC Pin Resets are handled on a walk-in basis only; no appointment needed.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS for ID Cards
All customers 21 and older must have TWO unexpired forms of ID to obtain a new ID card. One must be a state or government issued photo ID. This applies to all customers. (Passport/Driver License/Social Security Card)
POWER OF ATTORNEY
If your Military Sponsor is unable to accompany you to your visit, a valid "General" or "Special" Power of Attorney will allow you to conduct business on your sponsor's behalf. You may also provide a signed & verified DD Form 1172.
LOST/STOLEN ID CARDS (ACTIVITY DUTY)
A memorandum is required and must be signed by your unit First Sergeant or Commander.
ADDING A SPOUSE TO DEERS
When adding a spouse to DEERS, the sponsor needs to bring the following documents for their spouse: -Marriage Certificate, birth certificate, social security card, & a photo I.D. All documents must be originals or certified copies.
DEPENDENT I.D. CARDS
For dependent ID cards, the sponsor must be present to sign the DD Form 1172. If not available, the dependent must have a previously signed 1172 (within 90 days of signature, must be generated from ID card facility only) signed by their sponsor or valid P
CHILDREN OVER 21 AND FULL TIME STUDENT STATUS
All full-time College students MUST bring a letter from the school registrar's office stating they are enrolled full time in an accredited college in pursuit of an Associate Degree or higher to have dependent benefits extended to age 23.
ADDING A CHILD TO DEERS
When adding a child to DEERS, the sponsor must have the following documents for the child: birth certificate & social security card. If a stepchild is being added, the marriage certificate is also needed.
CHILDREN BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK
Female Sponsors: Birth Certificate and social security card; Male sponsors: Court order establishing paternity or a State VAP (Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity) Form, Birth Certificate, SSN Card.
You will need to provide a DFAS letter of approval, Service Members Birth Certificate & a valid Photo ID. A photo ID of the parent will need to be provided as well as the SSN.
ENROLLING DEPENDENT WARD
You will need to provide a DFAS letter of approval, Court Document placing the child in the members household for 12 months or more, Birth Certificate and Social Security card. Please note that all documents must be translated into English and certified.
CIVILIANS DEPLOYING OVERSEAS/EMERGENCY ESSENTIAL
DoD civilians must present traveling orders or DD Form 2365; deploying contractors must present a current letter of authorization
All walk-in customers are seen on a first come, first serve basis. Wait times for walk-ins can be over 20 minutes depending upon the number of customers waiting for service.
To update your contact info via the web for DEERS, use the following website: https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/appj/address/index.jsp
TRICARE FOR LIFE (TURNING 65)
Must have Medicare Card and two valid forms of ID
REMOVAL OF SSNs FROM DoD ID CARDS
Current ID cards will not be replaced until your card is within 30 days of its expiration date. If your ID card has an INDEF expiration date, and you would like your SSN removed; please schedule an appointment.
TRICARE YOUNG ADULT (TYA)
Applies to children who are age 21— 26. To be eligible, a dependent must not be married nor be eligible for employer sponsored health insurance. Please contact your local Tricare office to enroll. Once enrolled, dependents are eligible for an ID card.
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