More than 66,000 Maryland drivers could have their licenses confiscated if they don’t quickly provide documentation to make them compliant with the federally-mandated REAL ID process.
According to Maryland Department of Transportation’s Motor Vehicle Administration, 66,300 are in possession of the newly-designed license, which include a REAL ID star near the upper-right corner, but haven’t brought required documents to the MVA by June to complete the process.
The documents to be presented can include:
- a birth certificate or passport
- proof of Social Security
- two documents proving a Maryland address.
This is happening because the law requires states to have the above documents on file for identity verification purposes. The federal REAL ID law, passed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, created nationwide security standards for state licenses and identification cards for use at airports and federal buildings.
Source: Baltimore SunFollow @â€˜magicbaltimoreâ€™
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