womens cherry red dr martens NC DMV Now Producing REAL ID
RALEIGH The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles is now producing the state’s first REAL ID, an optional license or identification card that meets the security requirements of the federal REAL ID Act. REAL ID. Beginning on Oct. 1, 2020, the Transportation Security Administration and other agencies will require a REAL ID for commercial air travel and access to federal buildings, military installations and nuclear facilities.
Persons without a REAL ID will still be able to board flights and enter federal facilities, but they will need to provide additional identification along with their standard license. For more information about required documentation, contact the TSA or other relevant federal agency. Division of Motor Vehicles has worked extremely hard to prepare our state to meet this new federal requirement,” said NCDOT Chief Deputy Secretary David Howard. REAL ID. passport or immigration documents;
One document that confirms their Social Security number, such as a Social Security card or W 2 form;
Two documents that establish residency in North Carolina, such as a utility bill, vehicle registration card, or bank statement.
A complete list of documents that are acceptable proofs of identity and residency is available at
The new standards were established by the federal REAL ID Act, which was passed in 2005 following the Sept. 11, 2001,
terrorist attacks. The Act is administered by the Department of Homeland Security.