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By  mfreeeee  |  20

Sorry that happened to you OP... Because I don't know much about that stuff, I can't really help you, but at least I CAN give you my blessing. Good luck with that!

  chessu  |  21

How can people possibly think a drivers licence is of higher value than a passport!?

  Kristoffer  |  35

The only thing a driver's license counts for that a passport can't stand in for, is driving. You have to have your license in your possession in order to drive in the U.S. though other countries may have more lenient rules.

  mezochan  |  29

I've never had to give the bank my ID as long as I know my account number and SSN. But, all banks have different policies, so OP's bank may require a valid photo ID to withdraw.

  gemstone586  |  12

I've worked in a bank for 10 years... if you've had your wallet stolen they're going to work with you as much as possible. a good bank will have your photo ID on file.

  kirasant  |  19

Can't say I've ever been asked for my ID for a check at the DMV for a replacement ID. Probably because I'm already there to get an ID, and thus they accept the info I have brought them for the ID itself.

By  almost_there44  |  26

Sorry, OP. I don't know how California does it, or your bank, but when my wallet got stolen my bank told me to bring two identification forms. I brought my SS and birth certificate. They used these two things to withdraw money for me and I used that money to get a new I.D. You can also ask someone if you can borrow money? Just a couple suggestions. Good luck!