The DMV has posted a list of documents that Real ID applicants may use.
The cost is the same as for a regular California driver’s license, $35.
The cost is $30 for state ID cards.
What documents do I need to get a real ID?
A: In order to apply for a REAL ID driver license or ID card, you must visit a DMV field office and submit federally required ID documents such as a U.S. passport, passport card, an original or certified copy of a birth certificate, also proof of social security number on a W-2, or paystub.
Do I need a real ID to fly in California?
The California DMV only required one document proving residency, while the federal government said two would be required. Until April 2019, Californians flying out of the state will be able to use their driver’s license or California ID, according to the DHS website.
How do you get a REAL ID driver’s license?
To apply for a REAL ID:
- Make an appointment (recommended) to visit a DMV field office.
- Provide proof of identity, such as a certified copy of a U.S. birth certificate, U.S. passport, employment authorization document, permanent resident card or foreign passport with an approved form I-94.
What is a California real ID?
REAL ID Enforcement: California. California has an extension for REAL ID enforcement, allowing Federal agencies to accept driver’s licenses and identification cards from California at Federal facilities, nuclear power plants and federally regulated commercial aircraft until April 10, 2019.
Do I need real ID to fly in 2019?
Starting October 1, 2020, every state and territory resident will need to present a REAL ID-compliant license/ID or another acceptable form of identification (like a passport or passport card) for accessing federal facilities — including boarding commercial aircraft.
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