MIAMI — The Miami-Dade County Office of Community Advocacy is upgrading its monthly “DMV To Go” service to include “FedAssist” which allows for additional assistance with federal issues such as passport applications, housing, transportation, child support and military/veteran affairs.
“FedAssist” is the result of collaboration between the county agency and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., to bring more services to the Stephen P. Clark Government Center as a convenient one-stop location for residents and commuters in the area.
“DMV To Go” is offered on the third Thursday of every month. Residents may sign up at miamidade.gov/ocr or feedback.miamidade.gov/Community/se.ashx?s=57F314586FCAEBCA to renew their licenses and identification cards, where necessary.
Residents looking to renew their licenses or ID cards must take along proper identification as listed on gathergoget.com. “DMV to Go” does not administer driving tests, so first-time driver’s license applicants cannot be assisted through this service.
For more information, call the Office of Community Advocacy at 305-375-5730.