Mobile Office – Michigan (.gov)

Science & Technology

Information and statistics related to upcoming elections.
State primary results and general election race results.
The dates and deadlines you need to know when running for office. Find the requirements for filing for office and filing campaign finance statements.

Election Security in Michigan
Elections administration, including the Election Inspector's Guide; absentee voting; and the Michigan Qualified Voter File.
Office of the Great Seal
Find information about the Board of State Canvassers and its meeting notices.

Check here for links to information about REAL ID.

Title and registration requirements; special titles; name changes; address changes; license plate fees; insurance requirements; new Michigan residents; lost titles; lost license plates; and deceased vehicle owners.

Disability parking and placard information, disability parking, disability plate, disabled parking permit, and wheelchair.
Recreational vehicles such as snowmobiles, watercraft, ORVs, and trailers.

The International Registration Plan (IRP) – a program for registering and licensing of commercial vehicles in interstate operations among member jurisdictions (states or provinces).
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) online service for customers filing financial statements and liens through the Secretary of State.

Operating requirements for agricultural vehicles on public roads – lighting, slow-moving vehicle emblems, and more.

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The Secretary of State Mobile Office brings our services directly to the residents of Michigan through partner organizations that support communities with limited access to our offices and the internet. The redesigned and streamlined Mobile Office can be set up in the lobbies and shared spaces of senior centers, homeless shelters, foster-care facilities and other community organizations.
Currently, the Department of State operates one mobile office in Southeast Michigan, where the population is greatest. However, funds have been requested from the state Legislature for additional mobile offices to serve other urban and rural areas of the state.
To offer to host the Mobile Office at your organization, please use the link below to provide information about your organization and the community you serve.
 
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