ALERT: If You Live In One Of These 9 States- You Will NOT Be Able To Fly On Airplanes Anymore, Here’s Why

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If you have a driver’s license from Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Washington you may soon need a second form of ID to get through Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints at the airport.

If you’re like most Americans, you use a driver’s license to get through security at the airport as well as a whole host of other things.  It appears that the rules on what makes that driver’s license a valid form of federal identification are changing.

This comes after the Real ID Act was introduced May 11, 2005, which set the security standards for government-issued IDs. Unfortunately, as a result, IDs from some states are considered non-compliant. In the last phase of its implementation, IDs from those states may no longer be valid for getting through airport security.

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What’s on a Real ID you ask? Your full legal name, birth date, gender, address, signature, a license or ID number, digital photograph, security features and machine-readable technology, like a bar-code.

The act has been enforced in phases over the past several years, and the government has now reached the final phase. Fliers who could previously breeze through security with their licenses from those non-compliant states will need to provide a second form of identification, such as a passport, once the Real ID Act is fully implemented and enforced. (All accepted ID options are listed here.)

Starting Jan. 22, 2018, TSA security will not accept driver’s licenses from those states as a valid form of ID. Seventeen states have filed for an extension in order to become compliant with the Real ID regulations. If granted this extension will allow residents of those states to use their current IDs until October 2020.

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The date for everyone to know is Oct. 1, 2020. That’s when all licenses used to get on a plane or in a federal building must be Real ID compliant or be forced to use a passport to travel by plane within the continental United States.

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