If you were on our Transportation Security Administration (TSA) webinar on Friday, you know that after years of uncertainty, the timeline for implementation of the federal Real ID Act is now clear. Starting on October 1, 2020 travelers who elect to use a state-issued driver's license at TSA airport checkpoints must ensure that they are Real ID-compliant. While that's still nearly two years away, it's not too early for travel advisors to educate and prepare their clients for this deadline. At the request of several members, ASTA has developed a Real ID disclaimer for you to use in your client communications before and after October 2020. Take a look!
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