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Thursday, January 20, 2022

To move to another state, you will have to re-apply for Real ID

Why. I was raised in California, married and moved to Arizona in 2003. We just returned to live here and I applied for my California driving license. I had REAL ID on my Arizona license and a clerk at the Department of Motor Vehicles here said I couldn’t transfer it to my new California license. He said I would have to apply again. is it true?

– Carol Mitchell, Lake Forest

a. Yes.

Under federal regulations, said kimberly keys, a spokeswoman for the California DMV, states that provide Real ID must obtain their own images of the documents. In addition, each state should also check its Department of Social Security and Homeland Security.

When a new Real ID is issued, the previous one gets cancelled.

You can start the online process to upload your documents and take your mugshot before going to the office.

Or, Carol, after Real ID enforcement begins on May 3, 2023, you or someone else can simply use a different federally approved ID, such as a passport, to board domestic flights.

Hon’ble, by the way, in the past it has been said that one has to apply for REAL ID only once, that status lapses while renewing the license or State ID. Well, technically he was right. You move out of state, you get a new license, not a renewed one. Yet, in retrospect, he sees that he must have created some confusion. He apologises.

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