Right now, those who have an ITIN or are willing to obtain a letter of ineligibility for an SSN from the Social Security Administration (SSA) are able to make appointments to apply for their driver’s licenses on and after May 1, 2021! Around June 1st, individuals can begin applying using an affidavit instead of an ITIN or SSN. Please note that appointments are limited, so please keep checking back for openings.
Please use these resources to educate your community about the new driver's licenses law in New Jersey. If you have questions or need additional resources, please get in touch with your local community organization.
Download and print the MVC's FAQs for first-time NJ Drivers in (English & Spanish)
Download and print Let's Drive NJ's Know Your Rights one pagers - October 2021 (English & Spanish)
Download and print Let's Drive NJ's FAQs - May 2021 (English & Spanish)
Download and Print Community Education Brochure - April 2021 (English & Spanish)
Watch the MVC’s How To Get Your First License Videos in English and Spanish.
What documents do you need to prove 6-points of ID for a Driver's License in New Jersey? (English & Spanish)
Connect with your local community organization (English & Spanish)
Need help? Connect with your local organization.
The following organizations can answer your questions about the new driver's license law and provide direct assistance. Find your organization below!
American Friends Service Committee
El Pueblo Unido of Atlantic City
CATA: The Farmworker Support Committee
LALDEF: Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Find the organization in your county here.