Primary Forms of Documentation

ONE of the following as legible photocopy with no evidence of tampering.
  • Unexpired Arizona driver's license, instruction permit or non-operator ID issued after 1996; 
  • Driver's license, instruction permit or non-operator ID issued by another U.S. state or possession that verifies lawful presence. Those must be dated 2000 and beyond. States for which licenses are not acceptable are California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, and  Washington, as these states do not verify lawful presence in the U.S.; 
  • Birth certificate verifying citizenship to the satisfaction of the Registrar (U.S. state, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, Swain's Island, Northern Mariana Islands, other U.S. territory or possession); 
  • U.S. passport, current or expired; 
  • U.S. passport card, current or expired; 
  • U.S. certificate of naturalization (N-550 or N-570); 
  • U.S. certificate of citizenship (N-560 or N-561); 
  • BIA or tribal identification card; 
  • BIA or tribal affidavit of birth; 
  • Tribal certificate of Indian blood; 
  • U.S. State Department certificate of birth abroad (FS-240, FS-545, or DS-1350); 
  • Foreign passport with U.S. visa; 
  • USCIS I-94 or I-94A form (arrival/departure record); 
  • Resident alien card; 
  • USCIS employment authorization document (I-688A, I-688B, I-766); 
  • U.S. military DD-214; 
  • U.S. military ID card (active duty, reserve or retired); 
  • Affidavit of identification (with photo and within 15 days of issue) from Arizona Department of Corrections; 
  • Released offender identification from Arizona Department of Corrections; 
  • U.S. permanent resident or resident alien card (Form I-551); 
  • U.S. alien registration receipt card (Form I-151); 
  • U.S. Employment Authorization Document card (EAD); 
  • U.S. Approved I-797 Notice of Action form; 
  • U.S. machine-readable immigrant visa in foreign passport (within one year after date of endorsement); 
  • U.S. travel document (mint green cover) endorsed, 
  • "permit to re-enter Form I-327" 
  • "refugee travel document Form I-571"; 
  • U.S. refugee travel document (Form I-571); 
  • U.S. application for voluntary departure under the family unity program (Form I-797); 
  • U.S. employment authorization card (Form I-688A); 
  • U.S. employment authorization documents (Form I-688B or I-766); 
  • U.S. temporary resident card (Form I-688); 
  • U.S. notice of approval to apply for permanent residents (Form I-171 or I-464); 
  • Other documentation issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services or representing a status permitted under 8 U.S. Code § § 1621 and 1641

 

Secondary Forms of Documentation

In lieu of a Primary document from the list above, the student may provide a legible photocopy (with no evidence of tampering) of TWO of the following, provided that one is a photo ID and one shows date of birth.
  • Driver's license, instruction permit, or non-operator ID issued by another U.S. state or possession that does not verify lawful presence; 
  • U.S. military dependent ID card; 
  • U.S. armed forces driver's license; 
  • Social security card; 
  • Motor vehicle record or clearance letter (within 30 days of issue); 
  • Legal guardian affidavit; 
  • Selective service card; 
  • W-2 form; 
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs card; 
  • Concealed weapons permit; 
  • Medical insurance ID card (including AHCCCS ID card); 
  • Professional license; 
  • Bank card; 
  • Credit card; 
  • Employee ID badge (with photo); 
  • School ID (with photo); 
  • Marriage certificate issued in any U.S. state, territory or possession; 
  • Certified letter of identification for a ward of the court, issued by a court or government agency in the U.S. ; 
  • Documents from a court of record (certified copy): 
    • Divorce decree, 
    • Adoption decree, 
    • Name change decree, 
    • Bankruptcy decree, 
    • Emancipation decree; 
  • Other documentation that reasonably establishes that the individual is a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or has lawful immigration status.