Though Real ID Will Be Required to Travel, Tennesseans Still Opting for Traditional License

After Oct. 1, 2020, Americans will be required to use “Real ID”-complaint identification to fly, enter a federal office or visit a nuclear plant, but Tennesseans aren’t signing up for the new requirements just yet, Knoxnews reports. If the first days of Real ID’s availability, only a third of the nearly 21,000 licenses issued were compliant. Applicants for a Real ID need proof of legal residence, such as a birth certificate or passport; proof of Social Security number — an actual card, recent W-2 or Form 1099; and two proofs of Tennessee residence, such as a utility bill, bank statement, tax return, lease or current driver’s license.
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