OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR-TV) — The coronavirus pandemic pushed back the state's plans to start issuing REAL IDs. But now, officials say you will be able to start getting yours by this summer, according to KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City.
Thursday, Governor Kevin Stitt and First Lady Sarah Stitt got their REAL ID Compliant licenses.
The initial plans were to begin issuing REAL IDs in Tulsa and Oklahoma City in April, but Gov. Stitt says you can get your REAL ID in July.
You must have a REAL ID by October 2021 to board a plane or enter a federal building.
To determine the documents that will be required for a REAL ID, click here.
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