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PHOENIX — The Arizona Travel ID will be mandatory for travelers starting exactly one year from today.

Beginning on May 3, 2023, you will need a federally compliant ID in order to get through TSA checkpoints at airports for domestic flights, the Arizona Department of Transportation says.

The pandemic caused delays in the process and ultimately pushed back the date.

“Without the Arizona Travel ID or other form of federally-compliant identification such as a valid U.S. Passport, fliers risk missing an airline flight because the standard driver license will not be accepted at TSA checkpoints,” ADOT says.

Identification cards that are federally approved have a gold star in the corner.

You can walk in to get a Travel ID, but ADOT suggests making an appointment first .

You’ll need to bring proof of identity (birth certificate or US passport), social security number, and two documents proving your residency (rental or bank statements, credit card or phone bills) at your current address.

The ID costs $25.

For more information, click here.

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Arizona residents, Real ID is coming. Here's what you need to know to fly in 2020

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Arizona Real ID 2021 update: We're glad you found this article. For the latest information on what Arizona residents need to know about the 2021 Real ID deadline , read our most recent story here:  https://www.azcentral.com/story/travel/arizona/2021/01/15/real-id-arizona-deadline-2021/6655566002 .

Real ID is coming. Make an appointment now to upgrade your drivers license or other state-issued ID to a federally compliant Arizona Travel ID to avoid travel nightmares in 2020.

That's the message Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey had for Arizonans during a press conference Thursday at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. They were there to launch the "Don't Get Grounded" campaign.

Gallego and Ducey used the start of Labor Day weekend to remind Arizonans that beginning Oct. 1, 2020, the Transportation Security Administration will accept only IDs that comply with federal regulations  for domestic air travel and admission to federal buildings and military bases.

The TSA says acceptable travel IDs include  passports, military IDs and federally compliant drivers licenses and other state-issued IDs.

"The deadline is going to be here before you know it, so don't let anything get in the way of your future travel plans. Beat the rush. Get your Travel ID. Don't get grounded,"  Ducey said.

Most Arizonans lack compliant IDs

Douglas Nick, an Arizona Department of Transportation spokesperson, said the agency has issued a little more than 400,000 federally compliant Arizona Travel IDs. These include drivers licenses and other state identification cards.

That means a majority of Arizonans don't have a state ID that would allow them to fly. 

With that in mind, Gallego and Ducey are concerned that many Arizonans could see their travel plans disrupted if they go to an airport without the proper identification. Anyone without the correct  form of identification  will not be allowed past security.

Gallego also said she's concerned that there could be a rush to obtain the ID before the law goes into effect and the state will not have enough appointments to get everyone processed in time.

"We are committed to having America's friendliest airport but that will be a little bit harder to do if people are turned away by TSA," Gallego said. 

The "Don't Get Grounded" campaign urges Arizonans to think about what ID they will use when the law takes effect and build in time to replace their drivers license if necessary. It typically takes about 10 days to get your new license in the mail.

Gallego urged Arizonans to obtain the Travel ID even if they don't have immediate travel plans, just in case of an emergency that would require air travel.

You can visit AZTravelID.com to book an appointment. 

Will my current Arizona drivers license work?

"Everyone in Arizona needs to know whether they are Travel ID-ready," Ducey said. He urged Arizonans to look for the gold star on their state ID. 

Here's how you do it: Look at your Arizona drivers license or state ID. If you see USA and a gold star in the upper right corner, your ID is compliant.

If you do not see USA and a star, you'll need to either get a new ID or use another TSA- approved  form of identification , such as a passport, passport card or military ID, when you fly.

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What documents to you need?

You need four documents to get an Arizona Travel ID. 

1. Proof of identity

Bring ONE of the following items:

  • Birth certificate.
  • U.S. Passport.
  • Passport card.

2. Proof of Social Security Number

Bring ONE of the following items:

  • Social Security card.

3. Proof of Arizona residency

Bring TWO of these showing your current address:

  • Utility bill. 
  • Credit card statement.
  • Bank statement.
  • Insurance policy.

What about my kids?

The TSA does not require IDs for children younger than 18 if they are traveling with an adult within the United States. However, the agency recommends checking with your airline for its specific requirements. 

How much does it cost?

An Arizona travel ID costs $25.

Can I make an appointment?

Yes. Go to AZTravelID.com to make an appointment. Or, visit a Motor Vehicle Division office. Locations and hours are at  www.azdot.gov/motor-vehicles/hours-and-locations .

Do Gallego and Ducey have federally compliant IDs?

Ducey said he has upgraded his state identification. 

"It took me 14 minutes and 38 seconds to receive it," Ducey said as he joked about his trip to Motor Vehicle Services. 

Gallego said she does not have the federally compliant state ID. She has been carrying her passport to meetings in federal buildings that already require complaint ID. 

Do you have questions about what you'll need to travel after Oct. 1, 2020? Let Arizona Republic Consumer Travel Reporter Melissa Yeager know through email at [email protected] . You can also follow her on Twitter and Instagram . 

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Federal deadline for air travel identification is one year away

The gold star in the upper right corner of an Arizona Travel ID shows that the holder has met federal standards requiring extra documentation. This includes:

  • Proof of identity: a birth certificate or U.S. passport
  • Social Security number: just the number, not the card
  • Two documents proving Arizona residency, such as rental or bank statements and credit card or cellphone bills in your name with your current Arizona address.

You can walk -in to an office for this service, but we suggest scheduling an appointment and that can be done online at azmvdnow.gov . The Arizona Travel ID costs $25 and is valid for eight years.

May 7, 2025, might feel like a long way away, but it’ll be here quickly. Join the 2.2 million Arizonans who have already upgraded to the Arizona Travel ID. 

For more information and a full list of qualifying documents, please visit  azdot.gov/TravelID .

Wildfires force New Mexico village of Ruidoso to evacuate homes: See map

The village of ruidoso ordered all of its residents to evacuate: 'please do not try to gather belongings or protect your home - go now'..

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Two wildfires burned through thousands of acres in New Mexico and residents were ordered to evacuate as the fires developed rapidly. Videos show smoke from the fire billowing into the sky, looking like orange clouds, as people watch nearby.

"I strongly urge residents of Ruidoso and the surrounding areas to remain calm and heed official instructions to help minimize risk," said New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham in a statement on Tuesday.

The South Fork Fire and the Salt Fire were discovered on Monday. The fires, which are burning on tribal land, prompted mandatory evacuations for the entire Village of Ruidoso and Ruidoso Downs, a two-hour drive southeast of Albuquerque.

The cost of the damage done by the fires is unknown, according to USA TODAY's data .

By early Monday evening, the flames damaged multiple structures, states  the New Mexico Forestry Division , but how many remains unknown.

"My administration is in close contact with state, tribal and federal officials about the status of these fast-moving fires, and we are quickly deploying as many resources as possible to protect people and property," said Grisham.

Map of New Mexico wildfires

Which communities are being evacuated.

The following areas are under mandatory evacuation orders, states the Village of Ruidoso's website:

  • All of Ruidoso Downs
  • All of the Village of Ruidoso
  • All the areas "west of Highway 48"
  • All of Alto "up to the Outlaw Golf Course"
  • All of Gavilan Canyon Road from Highway 48 "to McDonald's."
  • Alpine Village
  • Brady Canyon
  • Cedar Creek
  • Lower Eagle Creek
  • Ponderosa Heights
  • Sierra Vista
  • Ski Run Road
  • Sonterra 1, 2, and 3
  • Upper Canyon
  • Villa Madonna
  • West Gavilan

The Village of Ruidoso is demanding people leave immediately.

"Please do not try to gather belongings or protect your home - GO NOW," the Village of Ruidoso said in a post on X .

What streets in Ruidoso are closed?

The following roads and highways are closed to traffic, said the village in another tweet :

  • Highway 70 closed from Highway 244 to the east Reservation line.
  • Highway 48 is closed from Alpine Village to State Highway 220.
  • State police closed Carrizo Canyon Road to all traffic.

Evacuation routes:

"The evacuation route is via Highway 70 and out towards Roswell," states the city's website.

Where can people in Ruidoso evacuate to?

The following locations are open to people evacuating, according to multiple tweets from the village:

  • ENMU-Roswell gym : The Red Cross set up an emergency shelter for evacuees. If it's full, Godfrey Athletic Center is a secondary option.
  • Lea County Fairgrounds : The location has Stables and RV hookups, but the village asks that people contact Fairgrounds Director Wyatt Duncan at 575-333-0252.

Other places evacuees can go to according to the village's website:

  • Capitan High School - Capitan, New Mexico, 88316
  • Carrizozo High School - 800 D Ave., Carrizozo, New Mexico, 88301
  • Christ Community Church - 2960 N. Scenic Drive, Alamogordo, New Mexico, 88310
  • Church on the Move - 901 W. Brasher Road, Roswell, New Mexico, 88203
  • Church on the Move Dream Center - 2700 W. 2nd St, Roswell, New Mexico, 88201
  • Eastern New Mexico University - 52 University Blvd., Roswell, New Mexico, 88203
  • Godfrey Athletic Center - 101 W. College Blvd., Roswell, New Mexico, 88201
  • Inn of the Mountain Gods - 287 Carrizo Canyon Road, Mescalero, New Mexico, 88340

Shelters for the animals of evacuees:

THe following locations provide shelters to animals, according to the village:

  • Mescalero Rodeo Grounds, for livestock - Rodeo Grounds Road, Mescalero, New Mexico, 88340
  • Eastern New Mexico State Fairgrounds - 2500 S.E. Main St., Roswell, New Mexico 88203
  • Lea County Fairgrounds - 101 S. Commercial St., Lovington, New Mexico 88260

Emergency operations relocated

"The Emergency Operations Center for the Ruidoso Fire Department has been relocated to the County Courthouse in Carrizozo," said the Village of Ruidoso.

They can be reached at the following lines for information:

  • 575-937-7785
  • 575-973-5604
  • 575-973-8977

Contributing: Adam D. Young , Alex Driggars ; Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

Julia is a trending reporter for USA TODAY. She has covered various topics, from local businesses and government in her hometown, Miami, to tech and pop culture. You can connect with her on  LinkedIn  or follow her on  X, formerly Twitter ,  Instagram  and  TikTok : @juliamariegz

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Retiring to Arizona? Here Are 10 Critical Things You Need To Know

Posted: February 13, 2024 | Last updated: February 13, 2024

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Arizona ranks in the top 10 states that have gained population, and many of those new residents are retirees. The climate is warm and dry, and the lifestyle is easy.

But before you pack up the moving van, here are some things — good and bad — that you might want to consider before moving to the state. Being well-informed now may help you avoid wasting money later.

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<p> One of the biggest reasons people are moving to Arizona is because they 'e retiring. So you won’t be alone when you move to the state to start your post-work life. </p> <p> In fact, 34.5% of people surveyed by moving company United Van Lines said retirement was the main reason for their move to Arizona, beating out family needs or job changes. </p> <p>  <p class=""><a href="https://financebuzz.com/tax-debt-jump?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=2&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=Do+you+owe+the+IRS++over+%2410K%3F+Ask+this+company+to+help+you+eliminate+your+late+tax+debt.&synd_backlink_position=3&synd_slug=tax-debt-jump"><b>Do you owe the IRS over $10K?</b> Ask this company to help you eliminate your late tax debt.</a></p>  </p>

There are plenty of retirees in Arizona

One of the biggest reasons people are moving to Arizona is because they 'e retiring. So you won’t be alone when you move to the state to start your post-work life.

In fact, 34.5% of people surveyed by moving company United Van Lines said retirement was the main reason for their move to Arizona, beating out family needs or job changes.

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<p> You may want to consider Arizona for retirement because the state doesn’t tax Social Security income. </p> <p> However, you will want to factor in other taxes when considering whether to move to Arizona. You might have to pay state income taxes, which could include income from your 401(k) retirement account and property taxes.  </p> <p> Arizona also has a 5.6% state sales tax and an average local sales tax of 2.77%, bumping total sales tax to around 8.37%. That sales tax puts it at the higher end of sales tax rates in the U.S. </p>

It doesn’t tax Social Security

You may want to consider Arizona for retirement because the state doesn’t tax Social Security income.

However, you will want to factor in other taxes when considering whether to move to Arizona. You might have to pay state income taxes, which could include income from your 401(k) retirement account and property taxes.

Arizona also has a 5.6% state sales tax and an average local sales tax of 2.77%, bumping total sales tax to around 8.37%. That sales tax puts it at the higher end of sales tax rates in the U.S.

<p> Housing prices are lowering over time, with a median sale price of $429,900 for the state in February. That’s still at the higher end of costs, but it’s lower than two years ago in the state, according to the real estate website Redfin. </p> <p> And cities are relatively in line with the state average if you’re concerned about higher living costs in more populated areas. </p><p>For example, Phoenix had a median sale price of $444,762, while Tempe had a median price of $455,000 in February.</p> <p>  <a href="https://www.financebuzz.com/supplement-income-55mp?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=4&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=Make+Money%3A+8+things+to+do+if+you%27re+barely+scraping+by+financially&synd_backlink_position=4&synd_slug=supplement-income-55mp"><b>Make Money:</b> 8 things to do if you're barely scraping by financially</a><br>  </p>

Housing prices are coming down

Housing prices are lowering over time, with a median sale price of $429,900 for the state in February. That’s still at the higher end of costs, but it’s lower than two years ago in the state, according to the real estate website Redfin.

And cities are relatively in line with the state average if you’re concerned about higher living costs in more populated areas. 

For example, Phoenix had a median sale price of $444,762, while Tempe had a median price of $455,000 in February.

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<p> Arizona can get hot, particularly in the summer, with temperatures above 100 degrees many days. But those temperatures can vary depending on where you live. </p><p>For example, Phoenix has an average high temperature of 106 degrees in July, while Flagstaff, at an elevation of 6,909 feet, has an average high of 80 degrees that month. </p> <p> But Arizona doesn’t have much humidity, which can make those hotter days a little more pleasant and less muggy. Florida, on the other hand, can have high humidity every day from June to August. </p>

It’s hot, but it’s a dry heat

Arizona can get hot, particularly in the summer, with temperatures above 100 degrees many days. But those temperatures can vary depending on where you live. 

For example, Phoenix has an average high temperature of 106 degrees in July, while Flagstaff, at an elevation of 6,909 feet, has an average high of 80 degrees that month.

But Arizona doesn’t have much humidity, which can make those hotter days a little more pleasant and less muggy. Florida, on the other hand, can have high humidity every day from June to August.

<p> Arizona can be a great state if you want to be active in retirement. </p> <p> The state is well known for Grand Canyon National Park, which is good for a short trip to see this natural wonder. You can also spend several days hiking, camping, or participating in other outdoor activities. </p> <p> And there are plenty of golf courses to check out if you prefer to play golf. Arizona is home to more than 300 courses for you to choose from. </p>

Retirees can find plenty of activities

Arizona can be a great state if you want to be active in retirement.

The state is well known for Grand Canyon National Park, which is good for a short trip to see this natural wonder. You can also spend several days hiking, camping, or participating in other outdoor activities.

And there are plenty of golf courses to check out if you prefer to play golf. Arizona is home to more than 300 courses for you to choose from.

<p> Arizona is not like living in Chicago or New York when it comes to public transportation. There is some public transportation, but not enough to be able to rely on it to get you from place to place. </p> <p> Instead, you’ll have to rely on your car to get to most places, mainly because of the sprawl of some of the bigger cities. So factor in the costs to own and maintain a car when you put together your estimated retirement budget if you decide to move to Arizona.</p><p>  <a href="https://www.financebuzz.com/top-high-yield-savings-accounts?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=7&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=Earn+More%3A+Boost+your+savings+with+one+of+the+best+high+yield+savings+accounts&synd_backlink_position=5&synd_slug=top-high-yield-savings-accounts"><b>Earn More:</b> Boost your savings with one of the best high yield savings accounts</a>  </p>

You’ll need a car

Arizona is not like living in Chicago or New York when it comes to public transportation. There is some public transportation, but not enough to be able to rely on it to get you from place to place. 

Instead, you’ll have to rely on your car to get to most places, mainly because of the sprawl of some of the bigger cities. So factor in the costs to own and maintain a car when you put together your estimated retirement budget if you decide to move to Arizona.

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<p> Arizona may be the place for you if you plan to pursue art as a hobby or side hustle when you retire. The state has plenty of options to display your wares depending on where you settle down. </p> <p> In fact, with so many retirees, you may want to consider finding a 55+ community in Arizona with space dedicated to your arts and crafts plans.</p>

Arizona has a thriving art scene

Arizona may be the place for you if you plan to pursue art as a hobby or side hustle when you retire. The state has plenty of options to display your wares depending on where you settle down.

In fact, with so many retirees, you may want to consider finding a 55+ community in Arizona with space dedicated to your arts and crafts plans.

<p> One of the most significant issues facing Arizona right now is a drought, which is causing problems with the water supply in the state. </p> <p> You have to drink more water when you live there because you’re in the desert. But the water shortage can also affect issues such as owning a pool or the kind of landscaping you choose. </p><p>Many communities require plants that require little to no water or have restricted hours when you can water your landscape. </p>

There’s a water shortage

One of the most significant issues facing Arizona right now is a drought, which is causing problems with the water supply in the state.

You have to drink more water when you live there because you’re in the desert. But the water shortage can also affect issues such as owning a pool or the kind of landscaping you choose. 

Many communities require plants that require little to no water or have restricted hours when you can water your landscape.

<p> Consider moving to Arizona if you like the idea of living among a diverse group of people. The state has a large Spanish-speaking population, with almost 20% of residents speaking Spanish. </p><p>It also has a rich Native American heritage with a large population of Native American tribes, including the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe.</p><p>  <a href="https://www.financebuzz.com/seniors-throw-money-away-tp?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=10&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=Avoid+These+Money+Mistakes%3A+6+ways+seniors+are+throwing+away+money+every+day&synd_backlink_position=6&synd_slug=seniors-throw-money-away-tp"><b>Avoid These Money Mistakes:</b> 6 ways seniors are throwing away money every day</a>  </p>

Arizona has a diverse population

Consider moving to Arizona if you like the idea of living among a diverse group of people. The state has a large Spanish-speaking population, with almost 20% of residents speaking Spanish. 

It also has a rich Native American heritage with a large population of Native American tribes, including the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe.

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<p> Arizona is a wonderful option if you have seasonal allergies in a state with seasons. But Arizona has its own weather problems: haboobs. </p> <p> A haboob is a dust storm that sweeps across the desert and occurs frequently in Arizona. While you may not be sneezing and coughing in the spring due to pollen, you may have to learn to live with dust and sand suddenly enveloping your neighborhood.  </p>

You have to deal with dust

Arizona is a wonderful option if you have seasonal allergies in a state with seasons. But Arizona has its own weather problems: haboobs.

A haboob is a dust storm that sweeps across the desert and occurs frequently in Arizona. While you may not be sneezing and coughing in the spring due to pollen, you may have to learn to live with dust and sand suddenly enveloping your neighborhood.

<p> Before you start thinking about where you want to live when you retire, you should figure out how much you’ll need to retire. Then it would be best if you compared the cost of living where you currently live versus your desired location in Arizona. </p><p>You may be surprised by a change in the cost of living if you leave your current location for somewhere else. </p> <p> And if you find you can <a href="https://financebuzz.com/retire-early-quiz?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=12&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=retire+early&synd_backlink_position=7&synd_slug=retire-early-quiz">retire early</a>, be sure your savings will cover a longer retirement.  </p> <p>  <p><b>More from FinanceBuzz:</b></p> <ul> <li><a href="https://financebuzz.com/supplement-income-55mp?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=12&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=7+things+to+do+if+you%27re+scraping+by+financially.&synd_backlink_position=8&synd_slug=supplement-income-55mp">7 things to do if you're scraping by financially.</a></li> <li><a href="https://www.financebuzz.com/shopper-hacks-Costco-55mp?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=12&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=6+genius+hacks+Costco+shoppers+should+know.&synd_backlink_position=9&synd_slug=shopper-hacks-Costco-55mp">6 genius hacks Costco shoppers should know.</a></li> <li><a href="https://financebuzz.com/retire-early-quiz?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=12&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=Can+you+retire+early%3F+Take+this+quiz+and+find+out.&synd_backlink_position=10&synd_slug=retire-early-quiz">Can you retire early? Take this quiz and find out.</a></li> <li><a href="https://financebuzz.com/choice-home-warranty-jump?utm_source=msn&utm_medium=feed&synd_slide=12&synd_postid=16246&synd_backlink_title=Are+you+a+homeowner%3F+Get+a+protection+plan+on+all+your+appliances.&synd_backlink_position=11&synd_slug=choice-home-warranty-jump">Are you a homeowner? Get a protection plan on all your appliances.</a></li> </ul>  </p>

Bottom line

Before you start thinking about where you want to live when you retire, you should figure out how much you’ll need to retire. Then it would be best if you compared the cost of living where you currently live versus your desired location in Arizona. 

You may be surprised by a change in the cost of living if you leave your current location for somewhere else.

And if you find you can retire early , be sure your savings will cover a longer retirement.

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  2. Will Your License fly? AZ Travel ID deadline is around the corner

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  4. Arizona Travel ID: Get a Real ID-compliant drivers license by 2020

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  6. Arizona MVD says now is best time to get your Real ID

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  1. Arizona Travel ID

    The Arizona Travel ID is the credential that complies with the federal REAL ID Act of 2005. It is available as both a driver license and identification card. There is a gold star embedded in the card to show that the cardholder has provided added proof of identification to ensure the license or ID meets strict federal requirements.

  2. AZ Travel ID: Will Your License Fly?

    The Arizona Travel ID is the credential that complies with the federal REAL ID Act of 2005. It is available as both a driver license and identification card. There is a star embedded in the card to show that the cardholder has provided added proof of identification to ensure the license or ID meets strict federal requirements.

  3. Arizona Travel ID FAQ

    No, but to use your Arizona driver license or identification to board an aircraft or to enter restricted federal buildings and military bases, a Travel ID will be required effective May 7, 2025. How much longer can I use my non-travel Arizona driver license or identification card to board an aircraft or to enter restricted federal buildings and ...

  4. After summer vacation get the AZ Travel ID and be ready to ...

    That's right, beginning May 7, 2025, you will need a federally compliant credential such as the Arizona Travel ID to get past TSA checkpoints at airports for domestic flights. This credential is distinguished by a gold star in the upper right corner and is available to Arizona residents as a driver license or identification card.

  5. Identification Requirements

    Travel ID Document Requirements. Three categories of identification documents are required. All documents must be originals or certified copies in English, certified by the issuing agency. Selecting your Documents. Be sure to bring them with you when applying for a Travel ID. Option 1: Travel ID Document Guide

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    An Arizona Travel ID (driver license or ID card) shows that the cardholder has provided added proof of identification to ensure the license or ID meets strict federal requirements for access to federal buildings and airports. The Travel ID has a gold star in the upper right hand corner. Document Requirements. All documents must be originals or ...

  7. Upgrade to the Travel ID

    Upgrade To The Travel ID If you don't already have one, now is a great time to get your Arizona Travel ID. Visit azdot.gov/TravelID for step-by-step instructions. MVD Services. Hours and Locations; Online Services; Driver Services; Business Services; MVD Forms and Publications;

  8. Travel ID

    The AZ Travel ID is the driver license or ID card that meets the new federal ID requirements that the U.S. Transportation and Security Administration will impose at all airport security checkpoints beginning October 1, 2020. During peak travel times, ADOT representatives are stationed at strategic locations in Terminal 4 to answer basic ...

  9. Why now is a great time to upgrade to the Arizona Travel ID

    The Arizona Travel ID, which has a gold star, is the state-issued credential that complies with the federal REAL ID Modernization Act because cardholders have provided additional proof of identification to meet strict federal requirements. It is available to Arizona residents as a driver license or identification card.

  10. PDF Arizona Travel ID

    AT MVD OR THIRD PARTY OFFICE. Check in and get your photo taken. Review your identification documents (bring your originals) and your application with a service representaive. $25 for Travel ID (valid for 8 years, in most cases) Watch your mail. Allow up to 2 weeks for Travel ID delivery. 16-W28 R03/23.

  11. Travel ID Appointments

    The Travel ID is available as both a driver license and identification card. As its name suggests, Arizona residents will have the option to obtain a Travel ID. The Travel ID will serve as valid identification to pass through airport security to board commercial aircraft as well as access restricted areas in federal facilities, nuclear power ...

  12. Driver License Information

    Travel Driver License. Accepted at airport security checkpoints and federal facilities. Has a gold star in the corner. Valid for eight years in most cases. Cost is $25. Apply for a travel id. Effective May 7, 2025, only the Arizona Travel ID and Arizona Travel Driver License, a U.S. passport, and other federally approved identification will be ...

  13. Arizona travel ID deadline: How to get a Real ID drivers license

    You'll still be required to present a Real ID after Oct. 1, 2021. You can connect with Arizona Republic Consumer Travel Reporter Melissa Yeager through email at [email protected]. You ...

  14. Travel ID Required Documents

    Arizona Department of Transportation. 1655 W. Jackson Street, MD 111F. 602.255.0072. Footer. Statewide Policies; Website accessibility; Content disclaimer

  15. Six Months: The Travel ID will be required in 2023

    Six Months: The Travel ID will be required in 2023. PHOENIX - Fewer than six months before the federal deadline for domestic airline travelers to have a federally-compliant form of ID, the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division is urging people to consider getting the Arizona Travel ID. Beginning May 3, 2023, you will ...

  16. Real ID in Arizona: When's the deadline and how to make an appointment

    "Since May 2021, MVD has issued about 44,000 Arizona Travel IDs per month — the low was about 40,000 in August and the high was about 45,000 in June," Pacey said when reached by email.

  17. Real ID 2024 update: Here's how to get yours before the deadline

    You will need the enhanced driver's license known as the Arizona Travel ID. Arizona has issued more than 2.1 million Arizona Travel IDs since their introduction, including 262,083 in 2023, ADOT ...

  18. Real ID for Arizona residents: Here's what you need to get one

    Here are the documents you need. You need four documents to get an Arizona Travel ID. Make sure all of these match the name you intend to have on your driver's license. 1. Proof of identity. Bring ...

  19. You have one year to get an Arizona Travel ID, ADOT says

    PHOENIX — The Arizona Travel ID will be mandatory for travelers starting exactly one year from today. Beginning on May 3, 2023, you will need a federally compliant ID in order to get through TSA ...

  20. Arizona Travel ID: Get a Real ID-compliant drivers license by 2020

    Arizona Real ID 2021 update: We're glad you found this article. For the latest information on what Arizona residents need to know about the 2021 Real ID deadline, read our most recent story here ...

  21. Arizona makes it fast and easy to get new travel ID

    Arizona makes it quick and easy. The state has taken a number of measures to make the process quick and easy. Arizona has added staffing at the Motor Vehicle Department and Authorized Third Party ...

  22. Federal deadline for air travel identification is one year away

    The Arizona Travel ID costs $25 and is valid for eight years. May 7, 2025, might feel like a long way away, but it'll be here quickly. Join the 2.2 million Arizonans who have already upgraded to the Arizona Travel ID. For more information and a full list of qualifying documents, please visit azdot.gov/TravelID.

  23. Travel ID application through AZ MVD Now : r/phoenix

    Link ⬆️ goes back to step 1 🤬. Heroes below helped me figure it out:If you are stuck in this loop you can click 'My Account' in menu bar at top, and then 'Schedule an Appointment' from there. You can still select 'Travel ID', but it doesn't do the document verification step.. Share Add a Comment. Sort by:

  24. TSA Now Accepts Digital IDs From These Nine States

    In March 2022, Arizona teamed up with Apple to become the first state to deploy a new technology that allows passengers to use their state-issued mobile driver's license or mobile identification ...

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    Arizona also has a 5.6% state sales tax and an average local sales tax of 2.77%, bumping total sales tax to around 8.37%. That sales tax puts it at the higher end of sales tax rates in the U.S ...