Accepted Forms of Identification for the Identity Check

When going through the identity check, you will be asked to provide a valid, unexpired government-issued identification document to complete the process. Depending on your location, a different identification document may be required of you.

US

U.S. residents can use any of the following forms of identification:

  • Passport
  • Passport ID card
  • State-issued driver's license
  • National Identification Card
  • Border crossing card
  • Liquor ID card
  • NYC Identification card (NY Only)
  • Permanent Resident Card
  • Visa

Canada

Residents of Canada can use any of the following forms of identification:

  • Passport
  • Driving License
  • Carte D'Identite
  • Identification Card
  • Photo Card
  • Resident Permit Card
  • Health ID Card (BC Only)
  • Cartificat de citoyennete canadienne

Western Europe

If you are located in these regions, the identity check will require you to submit either:

  • State-issued IDs such as a Drivers License or Identification Card
  • Government-issued passport

Outside of the US, Canada, and Western Europe

For all other regions, the identity check will require you to submit:

  • Government-issued international passport

 

Unaccepted Identification Documents

Regardless of where you are based, these identification documents will not be accepted when going through the identity check:

  • School IDs
  • Medical IDs
  • Temporary (paper) IDs (a temporary license, for instance)
  • Residence Permits
  • Public Services Card
  • Military IDs
  • Global Entry Cards

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