There are a few things you will need to apply for a real ID
Proof of Identity: Original or Certified US Birth Certificate, unexpired US Passport, employment authorization document, permanent resident card or foreign passport with a valid US visa and approved I-94 form
Proof of Social Security Number(SSN Card, W-2 or pay-stub with full SSN)
Proof of California Residency (printed copy of home utility bill, vehicle registration card, mortgage or lease agreement, bank account or property tax bill)
Read ID requires proof of 2 residency documents
A name change document such as a certified marriage certificate or divorce decree, is required if the name on your identity document is different than the name on your application . Multiple name change documents are needed if your name has changed multiple times
www.dmv.ca.gov or call 800-777-0133
If you cannot find your Birth Certificate you can apply for one form the Vital Records of the county in which you were born. Download the application fill it out , the form titled "Sworn Statement" needs to be signed in front of a #notary.
Application For Certified Copy Of Marriage Record and Application For Certified Copy Of A Birth Record are the names of the Applications that are required to be signed in front of a #notary.
County Registrars and Recordershttps://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CHSI/Pages/County-Registrars-and-Recorders.aspx
Social Security Card
If you lost your Social Security Card you can apply for a new one
The first step is to learn what documents you need. You’ll need to show us a U.S. driver’s license, a state issued non-driver identification card, or a U.S. passport to prove your identity. Sometimes you may also need to prove your current U.S. citizenship or lawful non citizen status with a birth certificate or passport. Keep in mind that all documents must be either originals or copies certified by the issuing agency. Photocopies are not acceptable, nor #notarized copies of documents. Once you’re clear on what documents you’ll need, the second step is to print the Application for a Social Security Card, so you can fill it out. Finally, the third step is to mail your application and original documents to the your local Social Security Office or go to the Social Security Website and it will take you to a screen where you can find the address of your local office