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To transfer your out-of-state driver’s license to Massachusetts, you will need the following:
If you are under 18 years of age:
In addition, you must provide:
You must convert your Driver's Education certificate or complete Driver's Education in Massachusetts.
All documents must be originals.
If you are over 18, in addition to the documents listed above, you need to provide documentation proving your signature and MA residency rather than parental consent.
If you have a license from Canada, Mexico, or a U.S. Territory (including Puerto Rico), you must present a driving record not more than 30 days old.
Bring all required documents, fees, and the completed application to any RMV Service Center.
You can pay by cash, check, money order, credit card, and debit card. Since payment methods vary by location, check what’s accepted at the site you will be visiting.
Your license will need renewal every 5 years.
If your out-of-state license has been expired for more than 1 year but less than 4, you will be required to take a written test for the class license you are trying to transfer. If your license has been expired more than 4 years, a full test — written and road — plus an eye test will be required.
To transfer your license, you must have a valid immigration status for at least 12 months from the date of application. If your legal immigration status is less than 12 months, a hold will be placed on your record.
Credentials marked with temporary, limited term, or driver privilege only terms cannot be transferred to Massachusetts, as there is no equivalent Massachusetts credential.