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The information provided below has been gathered from U.S. Government sources.
Information provided by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, to include information contained on the Department of Public Safety website or provided in response to any inquiry, is intended as general information only and is not intended to be a warranty or endorsement of the completeness, accuracy or quality of that information. Legal information provided by the Department of Public Safety is not intended to be legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice of professional legal counsel. You should always consult an attorney to determine how the law applies to you.
- What is REAL ID?
- REAL ID is a coordinated effort by the states and the Federal Government to improve the reliability and accuracy of state-issued identification documents, which should inhibit terrorists' ability to evade detection by using fraudulent identification. REAL ID implements a 9/11 Commission recommendation urging the federal government to "set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver's licenses."
- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is implementing REAL ID through a period of phased enforcement over the next several years. In particular, the date for implementing the prohibition on boarding aircraft travel will be set after an evaluation of earlier phases and will not occur sooner than 2016.
- What does the REAL ID Act require?
- The REAL ID Act of 2005:
- Establishes minimum standards for the production and issuance of state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards and authorizes grants to assist states in implementing the requirements;
- Prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for official uses driver's licenses and identity cards from states unless the Department of Homeland Security determines that the state meets the standards. Official uses are defined as accessing Federal facilities, entering nuclear power plants, and boarding federally-regulated commercial aircraft.
- If the REAL ID was signed into law in 2005 why is DPS just now starting to work on making Oklahoma compliant with REAL ID?
- In 2007, the Oklahoma Legislature passed a law prohibiting the Department of Public Safety from implementing the REAL ID Act. DPS was specifically prohibited from implementing any provisions that would comply with this Federal law.
- If it is going to take 24 – 30 months to get a REAL ID am I going to have to buy a passport to get on a plane or enter a federal facility?
- HB1845 was passed during the 2017 Legislative Session, allowing the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) to come into compliance with the REAL ID Act of 2005. It is anticipated that it will take 24-30 months from the time a contract is signed by a vendor before any REAL ID compliant documents will be issued, which would put implementation sometime during Spring of 2020. In the meantime, Oklahomans can still use their Oklahoma driver license or ID cards to gain access to federal buildings and military installations until October 10, 2019. DPS will continue to seek additional extensions to allow residents to be able to continue to use their Oklahoma driver license and ID cards to gain access to federal facilities until the system is in place to begin issuing REAL ID-compliant cards.
- When will Oklahlomans be able to get a REAL ID?
HB1845 was passed during the 2017 Legislative Session, allowing the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) to come into compliance with the REAL ID Act of 2005. It is anticipated that it will take 24-30 months from the time a contract is signed by a vendor before any REAL ID compliant documents will be issued, which would put implementation sometime during Spring of 2020. In the meantime, Oklahomans can still use their Oklahoma driver license or ID cards to gain access to federal buildings and military installations until January 22, 2019. DPS will continue to seek additional extensions to allow residents to be able to continue to use their Oklahoma driver license and ID cards to gain access to federal facilities until the system is in place to begin issuing REAL ID-compliant cards.
- Which states, territories, and tribes are affected?
- The REAL ID Act covers 56 jurisdictions, including the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Territories of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
- The current list of states from which a Federal agency may accept driver's licenses for an official purpose is found at REAL ID Enforcement In Brief.
- Is REAL ID a national identification card?
- Alamy Alcoholics Young Photo 279023275 Stock No. REAL ID is not a national identification card. States and territories will continue to issue driver's licenses and identification cards, and there is no Federal database of driver information. Each jurisdiction will issue its own unique license and maintain its own records.
- Does REAL ID mean that I must use a driver's license for official purpose?
- No. Each agency determines whether identification documents are needed for the purpose it oversees and, if applicable, which documents are acceptable. REAL ID only applies if a person is presenting a driver's license or state-issued identification card for official purposes.
- For what uses will I need to show a driver's license?
- For the first two years of enforcement, REAL ID primarily affects persons seeking to access Federal facilities where identification is required to be presented.
- Is my driver's license unsecure if a Federal agency does not accept it?
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- No. All states and territories have made tremendous progress in strengthening the security of their driver's licenses since 9/11. Not being on the list of compliant jurisdictions means that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has not received sufficient information to determine that the jurisdiction has met all the requirements of the REAL ID Act.
- Do I have to get a REAL ID-compliant card?
- Oklahoma will allow individuals to choose between a REAL ID driver license/ID card and a non-compliant driver license/ID card. If a person chooses to get a non-compliant driver license/ID card, they will need to present alternative forms of identification – such as a U.S. Passport – accepted by the federal agency. Some agencies may have additional processes to accommodate individuals lacking the prescribed identification documents.
- Non-compliant cards driver license/ID cards will not be accepted by TSA to board a commercial aircraft. Click here for a current list of TSA acceptable Travel Identification.
- What does it mean if a person possesses or presents a state license or ID indicating that the document is not acceptable for official Federal purposes?
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- A "Not for Federal Identification" or a similar mark means that the issuing state offers its residents the option to obtain a driver's license or identity card which is not compliant with REAL ID and that the license holder has chosen to exercise that option. A variety of reasons may underlie that choice, including personal preference, religious conviction, or the inability or decision not to provide original documents needed to verify identity, citizenship, or lawful status in the United States. No inferences or assumptions should be drawn about the particular reason an individual possesses a card with this mark, including inferences or assumptions about the person's citizenship or immigration status.
- May an agency, or frontline personnel, reject a particular identification document based upon an individual's real or perceived race, ethnicity (including limited English proficiency), national origin, immigration status, or religious beliefs?
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- The standard for acceptance of an identity document for Federal facilities where identification is required to be presented is the same for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, limited English proficiency, national origin, immigration status or religious beliefs.
- What is the timeline for Oklahoma?
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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security granted Oklahoma an extension to meet the requirement of REAL ID through October 10, 2019.
- Starting January 30, 2017, Federal agencies are prohibited from accepting driver’s licenses and identification cards issued by [non-compliant] states for official purposes. What this means is that federal agencies and facilities will be allowed to accept an Oklahoma driver license and identification card until October 10, 2019.
- Unless another extension is granted after this date anyone who does not have a form of identification that is REAL ID compliant (US Passport or Military ID) will not be able to enter a federal building or facility, military base, courthouse, etc. Oklahomans are strongly encouraged to plan ahead before visiting any federal building or facility.
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- Can I use my Oklahoma driver license or ID card to board an aircraft?
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- Yes. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will continue to accept driver's licenses and state-issued identification cards from all jurisdictions at least until October 10, 2019. Oklahoma has passed legislation that will allow the Department of Public Safety to implement REAL ID. DPS will requests extensions from Homeland Security until the new driver license system is in place. If these extensions are granted it will allow Oklahomans to continue to use their Oklahoma driver license and ID cards to gain access to federal facilities and board commercial aircraft.
- On January 8, 2016, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced the following timetable for the implementation of the REAL ID Act for air travel:
- EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, the Department of Homeland Security will conduct outreach to educate the traveling public about the timeline below, and continue engagements with states to encourage compliance with REAL ID standards.
- STARTING JULY 15, 2016, TSA, in coordination with airlines and airport stakeholders, will begin to issue web-based advisories and notifications to the traveling public.
- STARTING DECEMBER 15, 2016, TSA will expand outreach at its airport checkpoints through signage, handouts, and other methods.
- STARTING JANUARY 22, 2018, passengers with a driver's license issued by a state that is still not compliant with the REAL ID Act (and has not been granted an extension) will need to show an alternative form of acceptable identification for domestic air travel to board their flight. To check whether your state is compliant or has an extension, click here. Passengers with driver's licenses issued by a state that is compliant with REAL ID (or a state that has been issued an extension) will still be able to use their driver's licenses or identification cards.
- STARTING OCTOBER 1, 2020, every air traveler will need a REAL ID-compliant license, or another acceptable form of identification, for domestic air travel.
- This timetable recognizes that some states must change their laws to comply with the REAL ID Act. IT is also designed to provide an opportunity for members of the public to learn more about the implications of not having a REAL ID-compliant license, and so that individuals have an ample opportunity to replace their pre-REAL ID licenses with new compliant licenses or to obtain another acceptable form of identification.
- Will TSA accept identity documents other than driver's licenses?
- Occasionally an alien may present a document that on its face has an expiration date that has already passed, yet the document has been extended by DHS and should be regarded as unexpired. Can a state accept a document under these circumstances?
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- Do REAL ID's requirements apply to all interactions with federal agents or to enter all federal buildings?
- Alamy Alcoholics Young Photo 279023275 Stock No. Under the REAL ID regulations, official purposes "means accessing Federal facilities, boarding Federally-regulated commercial aircraft, and entering nuclear power plants."
- As DHS has made clear, "The Act's prohibitions do not affect other uses of driver's licenses or identification cards—including licenses and cards from non-compliant states—unrelated to official purposes as defined in the Act."
- REAL ID does NOT apply to the following:
- Entering Federal facilities that do not require a person to present identification
- Voting or registering to vote
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- Being licensed by a state to drive
- Accessing health or life preserving services (including hospitals and health clinics), law enforcement, or constitutionally protected activities (including a defendant's access to court proceedings)
- Participating in law enforcement proceedings or investigations
- What is the difference between an Enhanced ID and a REAL ID-compliant card?
- Enhanced - There is a difference between an “Enhanced” ID and a “REAL ID”. Enhanced DLs are State-issued enhanced drivers licenses (EDLs) provide proof of identity and U.S. citizenship, are issued in a secure process, and include technology that makes travel easier. They provide travelers with a low-cost, convenient alternative for entering the United States from Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean through a land or sea port of entry, in addition to serving as a permit to drive. These Enhanced IDs are accepted for Federal purposes.
- Alamy Alcoholics Young Photo 279023275 Stock REAL ID - Oklahoma will be issuing a REAL ID compliant card. There are some concerns that Oklahoma will be sharing biometric information with the Federal government and this is not true. Right now it takes a court order for DPS to release finger images collected for DL/ID purposes. The Commissioner has to approve any request from another law enforcement agency for a person’s DL/ID card photo. There will not be a federal data base. Oklahoma will still be using the same database that we use now. That information is stored in Oklahoma and is not controlled by the Federal government.
- What does it cost for REAL ID-compliant driver license/ID card?
- The cost will be a $5.00 fee increase on ALL REAL ID-compliant and non-compliant DL/ID cards. There was federal grant money available to states to help implement REAL ID but because of the state law that prohibited DPS from implementing REAL ID the state could not request those funds. Those funds are no longer available.Document Untitled Untitled Untitled Document