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This form is subject to verification time and processing. If you have a specific power of attorney for ID card/DEERS, you can go to your nearest RAPIDS site and obtain your new card.You can also find out more about getting your ID card without your service member here. If you and your service member already have a child together, you will need to bring his birth certificate and social security card.If you are bringing children to the marriage from a prior relationship, you will need their birth certificates, social security cards and your marriage license and/or adoption papers. DEERS, the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, is a series of databases of all uniformed service members, their legal dependents, and others who qualify. ” wrote Ed Mechmann, a public policy director whose areas of concern include pro-life issues, in a blog for the Archdiocese of New York. While your sailor, Marine, Coastie, airman or soldier serves in the military, you will need a military ID card in order to drive on base, use the commissary and exchange, enroll in Tricare (our health insurance), and take part in all other military benefits that come to you direct from your service member. Because all benefits are derived from your service member's job, he or she must be the one sponsoring you through the process. If he is deployed or you married by proxy, DD Form 1172-2 can be signed and notarized in front of a verifying official or signed using a specific power of attorney for ID cards/DEERS.
All documents must be the official form, not photocopies. Now that you have all the necessary documents, your service member needs to enroll you in DEERS. This is the worldwide system that verifies those who qualify for military benefits.Putting these items in page protectors in a binder or in a large envelope helps to keep everything in one location. You get enrolled in DEERS and get your ID on the same day, so you must be present and any dependents over age 10 must be present with your service member.