What is the Process for Getting a DAC in Nevada?
Applicants are required to file for a DAC in person at a DMV office. Offices are located in Las Vegas, Reno, Carson City and Henderson and you’ll need to make an appointment.
You’ll be required to present proof of identity, proof of Nevada residency and translations of any non-English documents with your application. Documents must be originals, not photocopies. You can go here to see a full list of items you can use to prove your identity, residency and how to translate documents into English. Some documents you can use include:
1Proof of Identity
2Translations of any documents not in English
3Proof of Residency Status
Driving in Another State with a Nevada DAC
Once you receive a Driver’s Authorization Card from one state, you should be able to drive across the state lines into another state. However, since laws vary greatly from state to state, you should check with the Department of Motor Vehicles of the state you are planning to visit.
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