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You can establish proof of Michigan residency (see SOS-428) by presenting at least two documents. Proof of a valid Social Security number, U.S. citizenship or legal presence if not a U.S. citizen and identity will also be required. All documentation is subject to Department of State approval.
Michigan residents over age 18 will need to study Michigans driving laws. To apply for your Michigan license, complete and pass the vision exam and driver knowledge exam at your office visit. You will be issued a paper temporary permit to practice driving with a licensed adult for at least 30 days.
1.2 The new drivers license card should be available for collection at the DLTC at which the application was submitted within approximately six weeks. If the application for a new card is submitted within 2 months of expiry, the expiry date is extended for 3 months.
Register the car with your states motor vehicle department. Youll need to provide the title and required vehicle registration paperwork. Pay your states sales tax and applicable fees to complete your registration. The state where you register the vehicle collects the sales tax, not the state where you purchase it.
Vehicles purchased and titled out-of-state can be converted to a Michigan title by presenting the following at a Secretary of State office: The out-of-state vehicle title. Your valid drivers license or state ID. Proof of Michigan No-Fault insurance for the vehicle.
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If you just moved to Michigan, you are responsible for titling and registering your vehicle with the state immediately. To receive a vehicle title in Michigan, you are required to visit an SOS office location and present the vehicles current title certificate and payment for all applicable vehicle title fees.
It takes two to three weeks for your actual drivers license to arrive in the mail. If you have a drivers license from another state that is current or expired less than four years ago, you may be able to get your temporary paper drivers license immediately.
You must have held you level 1 license for at least three consecutive months. You must have completed at least 30 hours of parent-supervised driving practice, including at least 2 hours at night.
To do so, you will need to visit a Secretary of State office and provide the following: If possible, your previous state registration (it can be recently expired) An original copy of the vehicle title (photocopies not accepted) Proof of Michigan No-Fault insurance coverage on the vehicle.
Title and register a vehicle (Choose tab below) If you purchase a vehicle while temporarily out of state, you can title and register your vehicle in Michigan by appointing an agent to transfer the vehicle title on your behalf at a Secretary of State office or submitting the necessary documents and payment by mail.

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