Oklahoma denied REAL ID extension

By: Greg Brown


OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - The Oklahoma Department of Public Safety said Tuesday that the Oklahoma’s request for an extension of time to become compliant with the REAL ID Act has been denied.

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Starting January 30, 2017, federal agencies are prohibited from accepting driver’s licenses and identification cards issued by Oklahoma for official purposes.

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After that time, anyone who does not have a form of identification that is REAL ID compliant will not be able to enter a federal building or facility, military base, court house or other federal facility.

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