Duplicate Driving License Request Service in Paraguay

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What is it?

A duplicate driving license request service allows individuals in Paraguay to obtain a replacement for a lost, stolen, or damaged driving license. This service ensures that you remain in compliance with local driving laws by providing an official replacement document.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for anyone residing in Paraguay who has lost their driving license, had it stolen, or found it damaged beyond use. It is also beneficial for those who need a duplicate license for practical purposes like keeping an extra copy for safer handling.


  1. Visit the local transportation office to report the loss or damage of your current license.
  2. Fill out the duplicate driving license application form, providing accurate personal information.
  3. Submit the completed form along with the required documents (see list below).
  4. Pay the applicable fee for the duplicate license request.
  5. Wait for the processing period (typically a few days to a couple of weeks) to receive your new driving license.

Required documents

  • A copy of your National Identity Card (Cedula de Identidad).
  • Proof of residency (utility bill or rental agreement).
  • Police report (if the original license was stolen).
  • Affidavit or declaration of the loss (available at the transportation office).
  • Passport-sized photographs (ensure they meet local requirements).

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Tips to avoid losing your license again: consider keeping multiple copies in safe places or utilizing digital storage options.
  • For non-Spanish speakers, it’s recommended to bring a translator or a translation app for a smoother process at the office.
  • Processing time may vary depending on the location and specific circumstances, so plan accordingly.


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