What ID do I need to fly in 2020?
On October 1, 2020, travelers will need a “REAL ID-compliant” driver’s license, US passport, US military ID or other accepted identification to fly within the United States.
The REAL ID Act established minimum security standards for the issuing of state licenses and their production.
How do you fly if you don’t have a real ID?
No REAL ID, no flyingIf you can’t produce acceptable identification, your US airport’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint will not clear you for flight. Check if your state driver’s license or identification card is REAL ID compliant simply by looking for a star in the upper right-hand corner.
What happens if you don’t have a real ID by 2020?
This is serious: If you don’t present a Real ID, valid passport, or trusted traveler program card, such as Global Entry or Nexus, you will not be allowed to fly.
Do you have to have a star on your license to fly?
Beginning October 1, 2020, travelers who present a driver’s license that is not REAL ID compliant will not be permitted to fly. They’ll have to bring another form of acceptable ID to the airport instead or be turned away. REAL ID-compliant driver’s licenses have a star in the upper right corner.