How to Obtain a Nevada Identity Theft Passport


  • File a local police report and ask for a Nevada Identity Theft Program brochure and application.

    • Step-By-Step instructions to obtain your program card
      1. File a local police report and request a Nevada Identity Theft Application.
      2. Complete the Application and mail it to one of the following Attorney General’s Office locations:
        Northern Nevada:
        Nevada Office of the Attorney General
        General Investigations - Identity Theft Unit
        100 N. Carson St., Carson City, NV 89701
        Southern Nevada:
        Nevada Office of the Attorney General
        General Investigations - Identity Theft Unit
        555 E. Washington Ave., Ste. 3900
        Las Vegas, NV 89101
      3. After the application is mailed, you will be notified as to whether you quality for a Program Card.
       

      • Documents you will need to file a police report
        1. Proof of Identity: (one of the following) Valid Driver’s License containing the same address information as provided in application; certified U.S. issued birth certificate; U.S. Passport; U.S. Military Identification; Certificate of citizenship or Naturalization; Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood; Consular report of Birth Abroad; Permanent or Temporary Resident Card; Resident Alien Card or I-551 Receipt; Valid Foreign Passport stamped “Processed for I-551”; Arrival-Departure Record (I-94) with Visa or Passport; Permit to Reenter the U.S.; Refugee Travel Documents
        2. Proof of Social Security Number: (at least one of the following) State License or ID with number listed; Social Security Card; U.S. Military Identification; Original DD-214 Military Separation Form; Social Security Benefits Documentation

        Page Last Updated:11/20/2017