Identification (ID) Card Renewals
Sign in with MyAlberta Digital ID
You need to sign in with a verified MyAlberta Digital ID to use this service. You will temporarily leave this website to sign in or create an account.MyAlberta Digital ID
You can renew your ID card online if:
- You have a class 8 Identification card;
- Your address is the same as it was at your last renewal;
- Your mail is not being forwarded to another address;
- You are over 18 years of age;
- Your ID card is valid and has not expired;
- Your last ID card renewal was completed at an Alberta registry agent;
- Your photograph and signature on file is less than 10 years old; and
- The address on the Motor Vehicle System matches the address on your verified MyAlberta Digital ID account. You can view and update your verified information here - MyAlberta Digital ID.
If the information provided does not match what is recorded in the Motor Vehicles System or requires updating, you will not be able to proceed online and you will need to visit a registry agent.
No refunds will be provided for this product and you will be responsible for the fees to update your ID card.
Once your purchase has been completed, you can download your ID card receipt from My Digital Downloads in the My Account section. Your ID card receipt can be displayed on your mobile device or printed on your home computer. A registry agent cannot access your digital download products.
Attention: Initial digital download of this product/service is only available between 6:00 am and 10:00 pm. If you are processing this request outside of these hours, your initial digital download will be available tomorrow at 6:00 am. Please note that it is an offence to alter or falsify, to be in possession of, or to use an altered or falsified document.
If you have recently moved or if the information provided does not match what is recorded in the Motor Vehicles System (i.e. your ID card does not have your current address), you will not be able to proceed online and you will need to visit a registry agent.
ID cards are valid for 5 years.
Once you receive your new ID card in the mail, you must securely destroy your previous ID card.
To register with Alberta Organ and Tissue Donation Registry (AOTDR), or to check your consent status, go to Alberta Organ and Tissue Donation Registry.
In accordance with the Traffic Safety Act (TSA), Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation, and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (S.33) for motor vehicle services, the Registrar of Motor Vehicles collects personal information for the following purposes: to confirm the identity and eligibility of an individual for motor vehicle services and for motor vehicle records held by motor vehicles; investigation and enforcement; and for contact information, including the residential address in order or the personal serving of documents under the TSA. Questions about the collection of your personal information can be directed to Alberta Registries, Box 3140, Edmonton, AB T5J 2G7 or 780-427-7013, toll free 310-0000 within Alberta.
Find a Registry Agent
Select your registry agent. Registry agents offer registration, information and licensing services on behalf of government. The Government of Alberta is working collaboratively with registry agents to bring more government services online. You are not required to visit the selected registry agent.
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