Earlier this year, residents of the following states flying to a Disney Destination (or anywhere for that matter) were advised that their driver’s licenses would no longer be valid documentation for flying domestically as of January 22, 2018. Travelers were advised that an alternative ID was also going to be required in addition to their driver’s licenses. This change was due to the states not updating their licenses to the REAL ID law required now by the federal government. The states without the updated licenses are:
- South Carolina
Well, now it appears that the TSA has changed their stance on this requirement. TSA spokesman, Mike England, said in statement released Wednesday that residents in all 50 states can continue to use their “old” driver’s licenses until October 1, 2020. In addition, it appears that many of the states listed above have started updating their licenses so it looks like all United States residents should be compliant by October of 2020.
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