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Apply for a Firearms License

Eligible Georgians can apply for a Weapons Carry License through probate court.

Apply for a Georgia Driver's License (Class C)

Georgians who are 18 and older may apply for a non-commercial driver’s license (Class C).

Apply for a Georgia Learner’s Permit (Class CP)

An instructional permit, also known as a learner’s permit, is for Georgia teens preparing to get their full driver’s license.

Apply for a Georgia Provisional Driver's License (Class D)

Once you meet certain requirements, you can apply for a provisional driver’s license at age 16.

Apply for business tax incentives

Grow your Georgia business by taking advantage of state business tax incentives.

Apply for Elderly and Disabled Waiver Program (former Community Care Services Program [CCSP])

This waiver program provides in-home and community-based services as an alternative to a nursing home.

Apply for Medicaid

Medicaid provides access to free and low-cost medical care.

Apply for Service Options Using Resources in a Community Environment (SOURCE)

This waiver program provides in-home and community-based services as an alternative to a nursing home.

Apply for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

SNAP benefits, also known as food stamps, provide any eligible citizen monthly funds to buy groceries. 

Apply to the New Option Waiver Program (NOW) and Comprehensive Support Waiver Program (COMP)

These Medicaid waiver programs support eligible Georgians with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities

Change the Address on an Existing Georgia Driver’s License

If you are an existing Georgia driver and change your address within Georgia, you have 60 days to update your license.

Collect Child Support Payment

Child Support Services assists you to collect or pay child support.

Contact Your State Legislators

Georgians who have a need, concern, or idea regarding state policy can contact their state legislators.

Enroll in Pre-K

Georgia’s Pre-K is a free, state-funded program for four-year-olds.

Enroll in Public School

Enroll your child at a public school in your district.

File a New Unemployment Insurance Claim

New unemployment insurance claims can be filed with the Georgia Department of Labor.

File Individual State Income Taxes

People who have earned income in Georgia must file state income taxes.

File Small Business Taxes

Certain small businesses in Georgia are required to file state income taxes.

Find approved business tax vendors

Before you select a business tax software vendor, make sure it’s one that is approved by the state.

Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

Schedule an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Learn About Status of Your Child Support Case

Child Support Services helps you collect or pay child support.

Learn About the Georgia Super Speeder Fine

The Super Speeder fine is a $200 surcharge applied to tickets.

Locate a County Registrar's Office

Each county's Board of Registrar's Office oversees elections

Pay a Traffic Ticket

With traffic tickets, you can pay the fine and accept the penalty.

Pay Child Support

Child Support Services ensures that parents provide financial support to their children.

Prepare for Traffic Violation Court Appearance

You can contest your traffic ticket in court.

Purchase Your Fishing or Hunting License

Wildlife Resources issues licenses for fishing and hunting.

Reapply for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

SNAP benefits, also known as food stamps, must be renewed periodically.

Register a Business with Georgia Department of Labor

Businesses that meet certain qualifications must pay unemployment insurance taxes.

Register a Business with Georgia Department of Revenue

Certain businesses must register and periodically file taxes.

Register a Limited Partnership with Georgia Secretary of State

A limited partnership (LP) is a business structure composed of general and limited partners.

Register a Vehicle

If you own or lease a vehicle in Georgia, you must register it with the state.

Register an LLC with Georgia Secretary of State

A limited liability company (LLC) is a business structure that offers limited personal liability on the part of the owner.

Register to Vote

Eligible Georgians can register to vote through the Secretary of State’s Office.

Registering a Corporation

A corporation is a type of business entity that has limited liability and is separate from its owners, the shareholders.

Renew a Georgia Driver's License

You must renew your driver’s license every 8 years. 

Renew or Replace a Fishing License

You need a license to fish or hunt in Georgia.

Renew Vehicle Registration

You have to renew your vehicle’s registration each year.

Renew your Medicaid benefits

Medicaid benefits must be renewed at least once every 12 months.

Request Vital Records

Vital records include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records.

Reserve a Business Name with Georgia Secretary of State

You can reserve a business name while you’re in the process of making your business official.

Run for Public Office

Running for public office requires following a number of key steps.

Search for an Existing Warrant

Contact the local sheriff’s office for information about existing warrants in that county.

Select a Business Structure

A business structure determines how your business is organized.

Transfer an Out-of-State License to Georgia

You must apply for a Georgia driver's license within 30 days of becoming a resident.

Use Ad Valorem Tax Calculator

This calculator can estimate the tax due when you buy a vehicle.

View a Sample Ballot

Registered voters get sample ballots by mail before an election.

Vote by Absentee Ballot

Georgians registered to vote can also do so by absentee ballot.

Vote Early in Person

Registered voters in Georgia can vote in person before Election Day.

Vote in Person on Election Day

Registered voters in Georgia can cast their ballots in person on Election Day.

Vote in Runoff Elections

Runoff elections are held when no candidate wins the required majority of votes.

Where's My Refund?

You get a tax refund when you pay more taxes than you owe.