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BMV, Highway Safety and Firearms and Records offices open on Friday, May 22

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(DPS) — The CNMI Department of Public Safety’s Bureau of Motor Vehicle, Highway Safety Office, and the Firearms and Records Office will be open on Friday, May 22, 2020. Office hours are listed below: 

Bureau of Motor Vehicles

8 a.m. - 11 a.m. — document drop-off for vehicle and/or watercraft registration renewal

8 a.m. - 11 a.m. — walk-in for driver’s license renewal

8 a.m. - 11 a.m. — updated document(s) pick-up

BMV will be accepting incoming documents and will be processing these documents for next-day pick-up.

BMV is now processing driver’s licenses and vehicle/watercraft registrations that have expired after the month of March. Driver’s license and vehicle/watercraft registrations that have expired beginning April 1, 2020, are now being processed.

To prevent the machines from overheating and to prevent premature machine failure the BMV office will be processing a maximum of 50 driver’s license prints per day.

For more information related to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, call 664-9066.

Highway Safety Office

9 a.m. - 12 p.m. — for walk-in services 

For all inquiries related to the Child Restraint Purchase Assistance Program and the Highway Safety Office, call 664-9121 /9125 or /9131.

Firearms and Records Office

9 a.m. - 3 p.m. — for walk-in services

For all inquiries related to the DPS Firearms and Records Office, call 664-9072.

All individuals who are looking to visit the offices and avail themselves of the services are required to wear a mask and maintain the standard six-feet distance while lining up outside the offices and while around other individuals.

DPS asks individuals to make payments at the CNMI Superior Court in Susupe, the CNMI Treasury on Capitol Hill, or Revenue and Taxation in Dandan before turning in documents, as the BMV cashiers window will be closed.

“We look forward to serving the public, and we thank you for your patience and understanding, as we look for alternative solutions for a much more streamlined process.”

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