- At least one ID must be a government-issued photo ID
- ID's lacking both a photo and address are not acceptable.
Primary or Photo ID's that are acceptable:
- U.S. Government ID: U.S. Government ID may be federal, state, or tribal issued. You may provide the following:
- An identification card issued by a federally or state-recognized tribal nation (tribal identification card).
- U.S. certificate of citizenship or naturalization.
- U.S. permanent resident or other identification card issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
- Uniformed Service ID card.
- U.S. Armed Forces card.
- Non-driver’s identification card.
- State-issued driver’s license.
- Passport, Passport Card
- Matricula Consular (Mexico)
- NEXUS (Canada)
- Corporate Identification
- U.S. University Identification
- Valid driver’s license or state identification card (not a driver's license)
Secondary ID's that are acceptable:
- A Current lease, mortgage, or deed of trust
- Utility Bill (excluding PO Boxes)
- Form I-94, Arrival and Departure Record
- Voter or vehicle registration card
- Home or vehicle insurance policy
- Medical insurance card
- Recognized school ID
- Work/Corporate ID
- Marriage license (if your maiden name differs from your current name)
Acceptable IDs for minors (please note only one ID is needed):
- Driver's license
- School ID
- Healthcare info
- Birth certificate
ID's that are NOT acceptable:
- Social security cards
- Credit cards
- Birth certificates
Businesses do not require their own 1583 form but we do need one legal document that ties the business name to the primary name on the account. Per US Postal Regulations, US Global Mail must have one of the following documents:
- Incorporation certificate
- Commercial Registration
- Certificate for The Registration of The Name along with a photo ID of the officer named in the document.
- EIN document