Real ID required to Board Flights in 2020

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In a little over a year, anyone who wants to board a domestic flight in the US will need to have a Real ID-compliant license. If this warning sounds familiar, it’s because the Transportation Security Administration has been warning passengers for years that their driver’s licenses may not comply with the new standards. But this time, they say, the deadline is final.

Real IDs have a yellow star on the top right corner. If you don’t have one after 2020, you will not be able to use your license to board a flight.

Starting on October 1, 2020, the TSA will turn down noncompliant driver’s licenses, meaning travelers will need to show another form of federally accepted identification, like a US passport or permanent resident card, if they want to make it past security and onto their flight.

Wesley Chapel Residents: Check out the Wesley Chapel DMV page for the Wesley Chapel Tax Collectors Office hours, location, and what you need to bring.

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