OREGON:  Findley discusses Real ID details

OREGON: Findley discusses Real ID details

Representative Lynn Findley has issued a statement on the Oregon Real ID Implementation. According to Findley “beginning on October 1st, 2020 the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will be requiring all air travel passengers to have a form of identification that is compliant with the Federal Real ID Act. The Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles will not be able to issue Real ID-compliant identification cards until early July 2020. This means that there will be less than 3 months between when the cards become available and when the old Oregon driver licenses are no longer accepted by the TSA. The DMV is asking that you only apply to get one of these new ID cards if you know you are going to need one shortly after the Real ID Act goes into effect. You will still be able to use any of the following additional forms of identification to fly even after October 1, 2020:
• U.S. Passport or Passport Card
• Foreign Government-Issued Passport
• U.S. Military ID
• Permanent Resident Card
• Federally Recognized Tribal Photo ID
If you have any other questions regarding the implementation of the Real ID’s in Oregon, please feel free to reach out to my office or consult the Oregon DMV Real ID web page.”