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OK Driver's Licenses Not Secure; Will No Longer Be Accepted In Certain Areas  

 

John
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September 19, 2014 7:44 am  

OK Driver's Licenses Not Secure; Will No Longer Be Accepted In Certain Areas

OKLAHOMA CITY - If you rely on your Oklahoma Driver's license to get into a secure area like a federal building or an airplane, things will be changing. Oklahoma is one of a handful of states that hasn't complied with a federal mandate to make our driver's licenses more secure.

Beginning in 2015, you won't be able to use your Oklahoma Driver's license as an ID to get through security at federal buildings. And in 2016 you won't be able to use it at the airport either.


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John
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September 19, 2014 7:58 am  

After a little research I found these things:

REAL ID Enforcement in Brief (DHS.gov)

A) Noncompliant States/Territories
Alaska
American Samoa
Arizona
Louisiana
Maine
Massachusetts
Minnesota+
New York+
Oklahoma
Washington+
+ Federal officials may continue to accept Enhanced Driver's Licenses from these states.

B) Compliant/Extension States/Territories
Alabama
Arkansas*
California*
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
DC*
Florida
Georgia
Guam*
Hawaii
Idaho*
Illinois*
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky*
Maryland
Michigan*
Mississippi
Missouri*
Montana*
Nebraska
Nevada*
New Hampshire*
New Jersey*
New Mexico*
North Carolina*
North Dakota*
North Mariana Is.*
Ohio
Oregon*
Pennsylvania*
Puerto Rico*
Rhode Island*
South Carolina*
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas*
Utah
Vermont
Virginia*
Virgin Islands*
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
* Has an extension (renewable)


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