PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – When you nonetheless haven’t got your Arizona Journey ID, you are in good firm.
“Everyone is busy and does not have time to attend on the DMV,” mentioned Kyle Fittro from Phoenix.
“I believe individuals prefer to see their outdated picture and do not need to should take one other one,” mentioned traveler Tasia Mercadante. “That is from expertise. I had a very good picture one time I did not need to let go of.”
Arizona Division of Transportation says 85% of individuals in Arizona nonetheless haven’t got it. Beginning Oct. 1, you may must swap your driver’s license for one to get via airport safety. Congresswoman Debbie Lesko launched a invoice Monday that may give individuals extra time to get the Journey ID.
“It requires the TSA to permit people who have PreCheck to have that as a substitute for a REAL ID,” mentioned Lesko.
In line with TSA’s web site, you’d apply online for PreCheck and schedule a 10-minute in-person interview for a background examine and fingerprinting. The TSA web site says it would price you $85 for 5 years. The invoice says it will permit you to use PreCheck as a substitute of getting a journey ID up till April 2022.
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“The opposite factor that it does is requires the TSA to give you a plan for what’s gonna occur on Oct. 1 when hundreds of individuals present up on the airport, they do not have a REAL ID, and so they need to get on a aircraft,” mentioned Lesko.
“Everyone waits till the final minute to get issues finished, in order that’s the place I am at,” mentioned traveler, Kathy Craig. “Till it is official official, you simply drag it out till it’s a must to do one thing.”
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