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Get Cleared for Take Off with REAL ID

Do you use your driver license or identification (DL/ID) card to get through airport security? Then you’ll probably want a REAL ID. Beginning October 1, 2020, the federal government will require a REAL ID or other federally approved document to board a domestic flight. 274 more words

Lawmakers Fume As MNLARS Asks For $10M Infusion

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — MNLARS says it needs $10 million in immediate emergency funds by Thursday.

The state’s newly appointed IT commissioner told state lawmakers Tuesday that if they don’t get the money, critical workers could be laid off or leave immediately. 309 more words

News

Getting a Real ID requires us all to lie!

YOU MUST SIGN THAT YOU AGREE TO AND UNDERSTAND THE INFORMATION REGARDING THE “ISSUANCE” – WHEN MOST OF THE FACTS AREN’T EVEN REVEALED!

By AL Whitney © copyround 2018… 119 more words

Government

Remember That January 22nd Deadline To Have Real ID At The Airport?

As we hope you read in this article from October, Homeland Security said that as of January 22, 2018, all American citizens age 18+ who used a driver’s license as ID would need one that was Real ID compliant, or live in a state that had gotten an extension while actively pursuing the changeover to Real ID, in order to use it to get through TSA security at U.S. 509 more words

Tips And Tricks

Upcoming Change to Hawaii’s REAL ID Compliant Credentials

From a State of Hawaii Department of Transportation press release

Effective January 16, 2018, REAL ID compliant Hawaii driver’s licenses or State identification cards will be issued with a “star in a gold circle” marking. 69 more words

Emergency Management

Coming soon to California…REAL ID

California will offer REAL ID cards beginning January 22, 2018. Do you need a REAL ID card? Here are the answers to common questions about REAL ID. 419 more words

Legal News

TSA To Stop Accepting Driver’s Licenses In Nine States

The Transportation Safety Administration will begin enforcing REAL ID requirements at airport checkpoints this month, meaning that residents in Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Washington will need an alternate ID, such as a passport, to pass through security checkpoints. 134 more words

Politics