Applicants may update the gender marker on a Kansas license or ID using a court ordered gender change OR a medical declaration.
The applicant must submit the following documents to the Chief Driver's License Examiner:
- If changing the name, an original or file stamped copy of the name change order;
- If changing the gender by court order, an original or file stamped photocopy of the court ordered gender change;
- If changing the gender by medical declaration, the applicant must submit each of the following:
- A letter from the applicant requesting a change of gender. The letter must include the applicant's current full legal name, residential address, phone number, email address, and the requested gender marker.
- A letter on official letterhead from a licensed physician stating that the applicant has undergone appropriate clinical treatment or that the physician has re-evaluated the applicant and determined that gender reclassification based on physical criteria is appropriate.
- A photocopy of the applicant's current Kansas driver's license or identification card.
The above documents should be sent to the following address:
Kansas Chief Driver’s License Examiner
Division of Vehicles – Kansas Department of Revenue
Docking State Office Building, RM 130
915 SW Harrison
Topeka, KS 66612
If the Division approves the request, the applicant will receive a letter from Chief Driver’s License Examiner authorizing the applicant’s change of gender designation. The applicant should take that letter to any Kansas driver’s licensing exam station to update the applicant’s records and get a new driver’s license or identification card. The applicant must take all of the following documents to the exam station:
- The Division’s authorization letter;
- The applicant’s current driver’s license/identification card; and
- The appropriate fee required by law to secure an original, renewal, or replacement driver’s license.
The Kansas Department of Motor Revenue addresses name change here and gender change here.