(Worthy News) – The Real ID deadline has been pushed back yet again. The Department of Homeland Security deadline for enforcement will shift back another 24 months, from May 2023 to May 2025, the agency said Monday. After that date, federal agencies like the TSA will no longer accept driver’s licenses and other forms of identification that do not meet federal standards.
The Real ID act was passed by Congress in 2005 in the wake of 9/11 as a way to more accurately verify an individual’s identity. It created minimum security standards for state-issued IDs, including anti-counterfeiting technology, as well as a more stringent application process.
Real ID enforcement has been plagued by delays from the start. Enforcement of the program was originally set to begin in May 2008, but states continuously asked for extensions during the 14 years that followed. [ Source: CNet News (Read More…) ]
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