U.S. delays enforcing tougher ID rules until May 2025
WASHINGTON - The U.S. Homeland Security Department (DHS) said Monday it will delay enforcement of rules requiring Americans to get new identification cards in order to board airplanes or enter a federal building, by another two years to May 2025. The department in April 2021 had pushed back the "REAL ID" enforcement deadline until May 2023. Congress in 2005 approved federal standards
DHS again delays REAL ID deadline, pushes compliance date to May 2025
Federal officials on Monday moved back the deadline another two years to get your REAL ID with federally mandated security features such as hologram imprints and high-resolution digital facial photos.
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