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Vital Statistics
415 W. University Drive
Edinburg, TX. 78541
Office 956.388.1852 or 956.388.1853
Fax 956.388.8986

Vital Statistics Forms of Identification

 

All applicants for certification must present proof of Identity satisfactory to the Department. All documents must be verifiable. There are Three Categories of documents that may be presented to establish proof of identity. A copy will be made of the Identification and retained with the Certificate Order. The acceptability of the Identification presented by the Customer is at the discretion of the processor and the Department. More documentation may be requested.

Primary Identification
These items are complete within themselves and require no supporting instruments.
Below is an Example of Primary ID the Office will accept
All of these may not be expired for more than 90 days and must have a photo

  • US Government-Issued Driver License
  • United States Driver's License
  • Federal or State Identification card
  • Federal, State or City law enforcement employment identification card, or employment badge accompanied by employment identification card
  • Offender Identification card issued by the Department of Criminal Justice correctional facility or institution
  • Military Identification card
  • Department of Homeland Security, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued:
    • Employment Authorization Document (EAD)
    • Permanent Resident Card (green card)
    • Travel Documents: Re-entry Permit; Refugee Travel Permit, or Advance Parole
    • SENTRI Card
    • U.S. Citizen Identification Card
  • United States Department of State issued:
    • Border Crossing Card (B1 for business or pleasure or B2 medical purposes)
    • Visa
  • Concealed Handgun License
  • Pilot's License
  • United States Passport
  • Concealed Handgun License

For further explanation, please contact the Vital Statistics.

ATTENTION
AS OF JANUARY 1, 2013, THE CITY OF EDINBURG NO LONGER ACCEPTS THE MATRICULA CONSULAR AS A FORM OF IDENTIFICATION