President Trump announced that the federal government will delay the compliance deadline for Real ID travel requirements, minimizing the need for drivers to update their licenses in person. . .
“I’m also announcing that we’re postponing the deadline for compliance with Real ID requirements. At a time where we’re asking Americans to maintain social distancing, we do want to require people to go to their local DMV,” he said. “We will be announcing the new deadline very soon.”
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden said last week that he would propose legislation that would delay the federal Real ID requirements for travel “until at least” September 2021, citing the coronavirus. He said the bill has bipartisan agreement, including from Republican Sens. Steve Daines and Ron Johnson. (Read more from “Trump Announces Postponed Deadline on Real ID Requirements” HERE)