For first time Minnesota identification card owners, you must present two acceptable forms of identification, at least one of these must be considered a "primary document." A complete list of acceptable forms can be located on the Minnesota Department of Public Safety's website.
Most common forms of identification include:
Certificate of Naturalization
Certified Birth Certificate
Certified copy of school transcript
Employment Authorization Card
Foreign Passport with proof of legal entry (I-94, I-551)
Out-of-state identification card or driver's license
Permanent Resident Card
Social Security Card
United States Passport
Obtaining Identification Card
To obtain your identification card you must:
Present any documentation that makes you eligible for limited mobility or reduced fee identification indicators.