The Arizona Voluntary Travel ID Is Here
Starting October 2020 you will need an Arizona Voluntary Travel ID if you want to use your Arizona Driver License or Identification Card at TSA security checkpoints in airports or to access restricted areas in federal facilities, nuclear power plants and military facilities.
The Voluntary Travel ID complies with the federal REAL ID Act of 2005. In most cases it’s valid for eight years.
Standard License Is Still Available
The Standard License is an "extended" driver license that does not expire until age 65. However, your photo and vision screening will need to be updated every 12 years. Drivers 60 years old and older will receive a five-year license. The Standard License says “NOT FOR FEDERAL IDENTIFICATION” across the front.
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Safety and Security Are Important
Customers will receive their driver license in the mail at the address listed on their application. Allow up to 15 days to receive it. Update your address before you apply for the credential, if needed.
A temporary credential receipt with the cardholder's photo will be issued at the office.
Plan Ahead and Save Time
Be Prepared and plan ahead. Follow the simple steps to complete your application in advance, and submit it to MVD. This will speed up the process once you’re in the office.
More information on the license issuance process
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