On our rugged Eastern foothills.....
- Nov 28, 2012
Every state seems to have a different interpretation on that this means. At least on the California DMV checklist they say "no electronic files" but don't indicate that a document can't be printed from an electronic file. So many electronic statements these days are identical to mailed statements.To the bolded. We receive and pay almost all of our bills online. They had no issue with my printing them out from the websites. They didn't say they had to be 'mailed' proof of residency. All I did was print a copy of our homeowners insurance and a copy of the electric bill (which are in both of our names) from online. They took them and made their own copies of them.
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Two Proofs of Residency
** Two (2) different printed documents are required -- no electronic files **
To prove that you live in California, you must present TWO documents that contain your California mailing address. BOTH documents must show the applicant’s first and last name and the same mailing address that is listed on the driver license or identification card application.