If you have had a driver’s license from outside of the United States in the past two years, you need to contact the agency that issued this license to obtain an official copy of your driving record for our review. Every country has a different procedure for obtaining these records, and records come in many different formats. We can accept records via mail, fax, or email. Make sure the document includes the following information:
- Your full name
- Your date of birth
- The issue and expiration date of your license
- All traffic violations and/or traffic accident details
Please request your driving record in English. We may be able to accept records that are not in English provided that they are furnished with a translation.
Below is a list of countries and how to obtain your record. The information below may not be applicable to every region of your country. If your country is not listed below, try contacting the agency that issued your license, the police department or court. If you find a way to obtain your record from a country not listed below, please let us know and we’ll add the information to our list.