What’s an ISS date?

The “ISS” date on a state identification card (ID) or driver’s license stands for “Issue Date.” This is the date when the ID was issued to you by the relevant state authority. It’s an important piece of information as it helps to determine the validity period of the ID. Typically, state IDs and driver’s licenses are valid for a set number of years from the issue date, after which they need to be renewed. The issue date can also be used for various verification processes, as it indicates how recent the ID is.

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