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Is a Voluntary Travel ID right for you?

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A Voluntary Travel ID is a federally compliant credential accepted at airport security checkpoints for domestic travel and restricted federal facility entry, such as military bases. You may already own a federal credential accepted at these locations, such as a passport or military ID, that you can use instead of a Voluntary Travel ID. If you prefer to use a state-issued license, permit or personal ID, please take the following quiz.​

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Do you need to fly to another state or U.S. territory?

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Will you be 18 years or older during the time frame you plan to travel by air?​​

​Do you need to visit a military base (i.e., Ft. Knox, Ft. Campbell, Blue Grass Army Depot) or nuclear power plant? ​

A Voluntary Travel ID is right for you. It complies with federal requirements to board U.S. domestic flights, though you can continue to use your current, standard license for U.S. air travel until federal enforcement begins on October 1, 2020. At that point, a Voluntary Travel ID or other federally accepted form of identification will be needed for domestic flights and entrance into restricted federal facilities.

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You do not need a Voluntary Travel ID to board a domestic flight if you are under 18 years of age and are traveling with an adult with acceptable documentation.

Do you need to visit a military base (i.e., Ft. Knox, Ft. Campbell, Blue Grass Army Depot) or nuclear power plant?

A Voluntary Travel ID is right for you. It complies with federal requirements to board U.S. domestic flights, though you can continue to use your current, standard license for U.S. air travel until federal enforcement begins on October 1, 2020. At that point, a Voluntary Travel ID or other federally accepted form of identification will be needed for domestic flights and entrance into restricted federal facilities.

Learn what documents you need to apply for a Voluntary Travel ID


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Do you need to visit a federal facility?

This does not include federal courthouses or any facility that provides benefit services, like a Social Security office.​

A Voluntary Travel ID is right for you. It complies with federal requirements to board U.S. domestic flights, though you can continue to use your current, standard license for U.S. air travel until federal enforcement begins on October 1, 2020. At that point, a Voluntary Travel ID or other federally accepted form of identification will be needed for domestic flights and entrance into restricted federal facilities.

Learn what documents you need to apply for a Voluntary Travel ID


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A Voluntary Travel ID is not recommended for you based on your answers. A standard driver's license can be used to drive, for general identification purposes (i.e., voting, signing a lease), and access federal buildings that provide essential benefit services.

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