Or. Admin. R. 808-003-0760 - Required Identification at Examination Sites

(1) Applicants must apply for the exam with their legal first and last name as it appears on their government issued identification. The required identification as listed in subsection (3) of this rule must match the first and last name under which the applicant has applied.
(2) Applicants are required to bring one (1) form of valid (non-expired), signature-bearing identification to the test site as listed in subsection (3) of this rule. If the applicant fails to bring proper identification or the applicant names do not match, the applicant will not be allowed to test and their examination fee will not be refunded.
(3) Government issued identification must contain applicant's photo, be valid and unexpired, and bear a signature. Government issued identification is a:
(a) State issued driver's license.
(b) State issued identification card.
(c) US government issued passport.
(d) US government issued military identification card.
(e) US government issued Alien Registration Card.
(f) Canadian government issued identification card.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 808-003-0760
LCB 9-2016, f. 9-23-16, cert. ef. 10/1/2016

Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310, 671.3670

Stats. Implemented: 671.561, 671.570

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