(1) an amended photo exempt identification card if any information contained on the
photo exempt identification card becomes invalid or obsolete; or
(2) a replacement photo exempt identification card if the card is lost, stolen, damaged,
(b) If information on a photo exempt identification card becomes invalid or obsolete,
the holder shall, within thirty (30) days after the card becomes invalid or obsolete,
apply for an amended card containing correct information.
(c) If a photo exempt identification card is lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed,
the holder may apply for a replacement card.
(d) An application for an amended or replacement photo exempt identification card
may not be made by mail or by electronic service.
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