If you are required to register FOUR times per year you must register each: This shall not be construed as prohibiting any person from traveling on those public roads located within the county when traveling through a buffer zone without intentional delay. If I am enrolled, or employed, whether for compensation or as a volunteer at an institution of higher education in Florida, I MUST provide the name, address and county of each institution including each campus attended, and my enrollment, volunteer, or employment status. For international travel I MUST also provide my travel information, including, but not limited to, expected departure and return dates, flight number, airport of departure, cruise port of departure, or any other means of intended travel. I MUST maintain registration for the duration of my life. The sexual offender or sexual predator was a minor when committing the offense causing the designation as a sexual predator or sexual offender and was not sentenced as an adult for that offense. If I fail to register after crossing state lines I may be in violation of federal law as well as state statutes. I must also produce my passport if I have one. Exemptions include: If my birth month is: I MUST provide the address, municipality, county, state, and country of intended residence. If this is your first time registering, bring any court disposition paperwork to include sentencing documents. If I am employed in, carry on a vocation in, am a student in, or become a resident of another state or jurisdiction, I am on notice that I may have a requirement to register under the laws of that state. Within 48 hours after the initial registration of information as required in 2 above, I MUST report in person to the driver license office of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles DHSMV and provide proof of initial registration as a sexual offender or predator to secure or renew a valid Florida driver license or identification card displaying one of the following designations: The school, day care center, park or playground was opened or established after the sexual offender or sexual predator established the permanent residence. It is the responsibility of the Registrant to determine if there are any potential local municipal ordinances.