When you visit a Red Seal Notary representative in British Columbia, you will be asked to present at least one piece of non-expired, government-issued photo ID.
This can be challenging for clients who don’t drive and don’t have any other valid photo ID.
Fortunately, if you live in British Columbia, there is another alternative: the BC Identification Card.
How do I get a BC Identification Card?
According to the Government of British Columbia, anyone 12 years of age or older can apply for a BC Identification (BCID) card.
To get a BCID card, simply visit your local driver’s-licensing office, present acceptable ID, pay the BCID card fee, and have your photo taken. Click here for a list of identification they will accept. New BCID cards are issued within four to six weeks.
How much does a BCID card cost?
Will Red Seal Notary accept a BC Identification Card as ID?
Yes. To schedule an appointment with one of our representatives in Vancouver, Burnaby, or Langley, British Columbia, please call 1-888-922-7325 or send an email to [email protected].
We look forward to serving you.