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    For those with ??...you WILL need one to domestic travel by air IF you don't have a passport. Nice huh?
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    Yes, need one for the listed things in an aforementioned post BUT you don't need it to vote. Hmmmm wonder why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by knkali View Post
    I know that in Kalifornia, a Real ID is needed to buy a gun or ammo.
    You sure about that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    Never heard of Real ID, what do I have now. You mean all this time it's a fake?
    The Real ID act is a Federal push to enhance the reliability of identification documents used for some purposes, primarily travel. It sets standards akin to Passports for other identification to be accepted, such as verification of personal data like birth, citizenship, residence, etc, as well as document dublication/forgery prevention measures. States do not have to comply with these enhanced measures, and most didn't, but if they don't their DLs and ID cards will not be accepted for affected Federal purposes.

    Side notes...acceptable identification for voting purposes is under state purview, not federal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RustyIron View Post
    You sure about that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by knkali View Post
    I know that in Kalifornia, a Real ID is needed to buy a gun or ammo. Is this going to be true for other States as well?
    Once Real ID is in place nationwide we will have no choice as that will be all that there is.
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    When I recently renewed my DL there was a deep line for Real ID. Hadn't heard of it our would have gotten it on my DL. Requires birth certificate, utility bill and bunch of other stuff. Since it's CA, I might be able to get it over the phone.... just saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longitude Zero View Post
    Once Real ID is in place nationwide we will have no choice as that will be all that there is.
    Real ID is in place nationwide. Other than states that have completely bundled it into their DLs, you don't have to get one if you don't need it for the Fed defined purposes. Also should note, if you have a passport you're already Real ID compliant and a passport is, or should be, acceptable proof of birth and citizenship when applying for other forms of ID.

    Personally, whiile I still wish for the old days and ways, times being what they are I'm understand the need for and am a supporter of Real ID for the Act's stated uses and purpose.
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