An address outside Northern Ireland cannot be applied to a Northern Ireland driving licence.It's a legal requirement to notify DVA when you change name or address. Making a name or address change to your driving licence does not automatically make a change to your vehicle registration certificate or your vehicle record.Summary: How to Change Your Address with the DMV Our page about changing your address has all the information you need on how to update the address on your driver's license, ID card, registration and vehicle title.
To update your address, you must do 1 of the following: Your replacement licence with your new name will be sent out to you.
If you have changed your sex, you must submit a letter on a registered doctor’s (including a general practitioner or psychiatrist) or psychologist’s official letterhead stating the following or substantially similar: This is to certify that (new name), (new sex), formerly known as (previous name), (previous sex), has been undergoing treatment on a gender re-assignment program and should now be regarded as permanently (new sex).
If you have a personalised number plate, update your address on your V750 or V778.
If you’re a lorry, bus or coach driver, apply for an updated digital tachograph driver card.
If your address doesn’t match any of the addresses in the database, it might be automatically corrected.
You should use the address shown on an official bill such as your rates, electricity or phone bill.
We have a database of valid addresses that is provided by Australia Post.
It is based on their delivery address database and is updated every 3 months. If your address isn’t in the database, you won’t be able to update your address online.
Informing DVA of your changed details will make sure your records are up to date and all future driving licence reminders are sent to your correct address.