How do you prove residency in Kentucky?
Yes. You can prove the utilities with bank records reflecting you paid them. You can also prove residence with the address on your driver’s license, tax forms such as W2 and other mail that you receive at your address.
The eight-year cost for a driver license is $43 for standard and $48 for voluntary. Kentucky said it expects to release the new identification card design in September. The Commonwealth is one of the last states to comply with the federal law. Click here for more details on changes coming to Kentucky driver licenses.
How long until you are considered a resident of a state?
Proof of Kentucky residency is required. Proof of the person’s Kentucky residency includes, but is not limited to, a deed or property tax bill, utility agreement or utility bill, or rental housing agreement. (“Junk mail” will not be accepted.) You must provide the physical address; a P.O. Box is not accepted.