Updating deers information
The availability of the new permanent ID card does not in any way invalidate a current ID card, nor will it impact any associated benefits or entitlements.
Beneficiaries should apply for a new ID card when their existing card is within 90 days of expiring.
A retired military ID card is issued to military retirees and eligible family members.
Eligible family members must renew their ID card periodically, usually every four years.
To make an appointment, follow the link and click MAKE APPOINTMENT, then enter JB MDL on Building or Site name. Active Duty/Reserve/Guard military members of all components b. Retirees and their family members (including Disabled Veteran) d. Please note: All documents must be original or Certified true Copies.
Documents coming from other countries must have English translation on it.
You also can update your address by writing: DEERS Support Office ATTN: COA 400 Gigling Road Seaside, CA 93955-6671Military ID Cards by Mail Disabled or have an incapacitated dependent and cannot get to an ID card office.
You may be able obtain a new ID card by mail from the nearest military ID card office.
The sponsor must be present to sign the DD Form 1172. –For Lost or Stolen ID cards: Must have two current forms of ID as well as an AGO 1000-13 Lost/Stolen Incident Report for CAC ID Cards or a Police Report. Without your enrollment in DEERS or an enrollment with the correct information, beneficiaries could find their coverage has lapsed, leaving problems with TRICARE claims. -- Whatever your military status; active duty, Reservist, retired or dependent, your registration in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System is an integral part for many aspects of military life and especially necessary with respect to establishing your TRICARE eligibility.Les navigateurs désuets ne disposent pas de caractéristiques sécuritaires permettant d’assurer la sécurité de vos renseignements.En savoir plus sur les navigateurs que nous supportons.