By Lisa Haven
The date is Oct. 1st, 2020, and you arrive at the airport in preparation for a domestic work meeting you have to attend. To your surprise, the airline attendant won’t allow you on board because you have neither your passport nor the required Real Identification card. She says your state drivers license will no longer suffice and unless you comply, they’ll call security and have you escorted off the premises.
Truth is, this will happen starting, Oct. 1st, 2020. If you are a citizen of America you will no longer be able to fly without your Real ID, nor will you be allowed in any federal buildings.
By now, you may have heard about the Real ID Act that was passed in 2005, and you may have received a notification of ‘compliance’ by your local DMV. But just what is required by the Real ID? And what ‘compliance’ are they asking for? All that and more below…
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