The Official Website of the State of Idaho

Moving

New to Idaho?

There are important items to take care of to become an offical resident of Idaho. These include:

Idaho Transportation Department Registration/Plates

  • If you're going to be living in Idaho for at least 90 days continually, you'll need to register your out-of-state car with the Idaho DMV. This applies only if your Idaho address is your principal place of residence.
  • Depending on the Idaho county you reside in, you may need to have your vehicle inspected.

Idaho Transportation Department Driver’s License and Identification Card Information

  • If you have an out-of-state driver's license, you'll need to transfer it for an Idaho license within 90 days of moving to the state. If you have a commercial driver's license (CDL), you will only have 30 days to transfer it over.
  • NOTE: You do not need an ID driver's license if you're only in Idaho temporarily to attend college/university or to fulfill your military obligations.

Moved within Idaho?

Notify the Idaho DMV of a change in address to be reflected on your driver's license and car registration.

Employment

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IdahoWorks.gov

State Job Openings

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Labor Market Information

Business

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Business Incentives & Financing

Government Requirements

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Renew a Professional License

Education

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State Department of Education

Idaho State Board of Education

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Public Colleges & Universities

Private Colleges & Universities

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