Beginning October 1, 2020, the federal government will no longer consider standard driver licenses and identification cards as sufficient forms of identification for air travel or access to federal facilities. TSA will require a federally compliant driver license, identification card or another acceptable form of identification (such as a US passport or military ID) to fly within the US.
Obtaining a Compliant card requires more identity documents than the Standard Card. You will need to provide documents to prove the following:
- full legal name
- date of birth
- social security number
- proof of Ohio residency
- proof of legal presence
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