Changing the name on your licence
If you legally change your name, you can apply to change it on your driver licence.
You'll need to provide evidence of your name change.
If you've changed names several times, the agent may request to see all of your original certificates and name change documents. This is so they can track the name on your current licence through to the name you want to appear on the new licence.
You can apply to change the gender details on your driver licence record without needing to provide an amended birth certificate. You'll need to provide confirmation of the gender you wish to have recorded (Male, Female or Indeterminate).
This will be an original evidence of identity document which states your gender.
If the gender on your evidence of identity document is not the same as the gender you wish to have recorded, you will also need to provide an original statutory declaration (indicating the preferred gender) and how long you have maintained that gender identity.
The statutory declaration will need to be witnessed by an authorised witness. An authorised witness is one of the following:
Applicants under the age of 18 must also provide the following information (in addition to the documentary evidence listed above):
You can either:
Note: as the gender is not displayed on your photo driver licence, you do not need to have a new licence card issued. If you do not require a replacement licence, the change will be made at no cost.