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Your driver’s license may soon not be enough to get you through the security checkpoints at US airports.
The US Department of Homeland says two thirds of US state drivers licenses are not compliant with the post-9/11 security law.
The “real ID compliant” identification law goes into effect October 1.
To get the “real ID” applicants must provide documentation showing their full legal name, their date of birth, their social security number and two proofs of address to their local drivers license agency.
Acting DHS Secretary says the department’s top priority is getting every state compliant by the deadline.
If you don’t have the “real ID” TSA officials will not clear you to fly.
Posted – 2.23.20