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January 20, 2017
 

CHANGE TO BASE ACCESS AND THE REAL ID ACT

Current Status of States/U.S. Territories per DHS website

Compliant States only require a state issued ID/Drivers License

Current Non Compliant States listed below need a secondary form of ID
Minnesota-Missouri-Washington
And can be found at https://www.dhs.gov/current-status-states-territories

The following states remain noncompliant and have not been granted a renewed extension and will be subject to REAL ID enforcement following a short grace period. Starting January 30, 2017, Federal agencies and nuclear power plants may not accept for official purposes driver’s licenses and state IDs from a noncompliant state/territory without an extension.
Kentucky-Maine-Montana-Pennsylvania-S. Carolina-Guam

VALID FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION INCLUDE:
– United States Passport
– Permanent Resident Card/Alien Registration Receipt Card
– Foreign Passport with a temporary stamp or temporary printed notation on immigrant visa
– Employment Authorization document w/photo
– U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Legacy Cards
– U.S. Coast Guard New Merchant Mariner Credential
– PIV or Federally-issued PIV-I Cards; PIV-I cards (non-Federal Government entities)
– Department of Homeland Security “Trusted Traveler” Cards
– U.S. Certificate of Citizenship or Certificate of Naturalization
– U.S. Permanent Resident Card
– U.S. Refugee Travel Document or other travel document of immigration status issued by DHS w/photo
– Foreign Government issued Passport
– Veterans Identification Card or Veterans Health Identification Card




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