- Birth certificate.
- Social Security card.
- State-issued driver's license/ID card.
- Passport & Passport Card.
- Department of Defense Identification Card.
- Other identity documents.
Simply so, what type of ID is needed to fly under 18?
Children under the age of 18 and traveling on a domestic flight do not need to show identification or documentation unless they are under 14 days old (physician's letter required) or are traveling as a lap child (proof of age may be required).
What documents are needed to fly?
The following IDs are accepted:
- U.S. passport.
- U.S. passport card.
- DHS "Trusted Traveler" cards (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI, FAST)
- U.S. Military ID.
- Permanent Resident Card.
- Border Crossing Card.
- DHS-designated enhanced driver's license.
Both identifications must bear the applicants signature. ( Social Security Card, from the USA Social Security Administration, with your signature AND Photo Identification with your signature ie: unexpired driver's license, government issued identification card, military identification or passport).
If you will be 21 or older on test day, the only acceptable form of identification is an official government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport, that meets all of the requirements above. Student ID cards are not valid forms of identification for test-takers who are 21 or older.
Acceptable Primary and Secondary Identification. Acceptable primary proof of identity includes, but is not limited to, original or certified documents with full name and date of birth, such as the items listed below. PLEASE NOTE: All documents are subject to verification with the issuing agency or source.
*A note about credit cards: A credit card can be used as a primary form of ID only if it contains both a photo and a signature and is not expired. Any credit card can be used as a secondary ID as long as it contains a signature and is not expired.
Proof of identity must be presented with all passport applications. Acceptable forms of identification include an existing passport, naturalization certificate, driver's license, military ID card or other current government-issued ID. A photocopy of the identity documents also must accompany the passport application.
- Documents that Establish.
- Employment Eligibility.
- U.S. Passport (unexpired or expired)
- Driver's license or ID card issued by.
- U.S. Social card issued by the.
- Permanent Resident Card or Alien.
- ID card issued by federal, state or.
- Certification of Birth Abroad.
Try applying for a state ID card without one or both. Regardless of the state, applications for identification cards generally require a birth certificate and a Social Security card. If either has gone missing, you need to obtain a duplicate or what is called a certified copy.
The following IDs are NOT acceptable: An Illinois Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) card; Any identification not issued by a government entity; Any identification without a picture of the subject; Non-government work identification cards; Any ID that is expired.
Passengers must present a valid government issued photo ID such as: Driver's license. Passport. U.S. military ID (active duty or retired military and their dependents, and DoD civilians) Permanent resident card.
How to get a state ID card:
- Visit an Illinois Driver Services office.
- Provide proof of your signature, birth date, SSN, and residency.
- Pay the $10 (Under 18 years old) or $20 (18 years old and up) identification card fee.
- For more information on other types of ID cards and how to renew/replace an ID, please read on.
Two of these documents are needed to establish identity; one must contain your date of birth:
- Out-of-State Driver License.
- Original Birth Certificate.
- Original Social Security Card.
- Official School Transcript signed by a School Official.
- Unexpired U.S. Military ID/Military Dependents Card.
- Valid Unexpired Passport.
The US Passport Card is a valid "REAL ID" form of identification, and thus is recognized as valid ID by all US Federal and State Government departments, in exactly the same way that a Passport is. So officially, yes, you can use your Passport Card as valid ID in a bar within the US.
An optional national identity number is the Social Security number (SSN), a nine-digit number issued to U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and temporary (working) residents. Its purpose was to identify individuals for the purposes of Social Security, but it is now also used to track individuals for taxation purposes.
State-issued identification cards are a handy resource if you do not, or are not old enough to, carry a driver's license. DMV.ORG has gathered the information you'll need to apply for an ID in your state.
A Passport card is a federally issued ID. Unless paperwork is needing something that has a local address, it should be accepted whenever a primary or secondary form of Identification is requested. A Passport Card does not count as 2 forms of ID.
For some services, identification is needed, but documents such as passports or identity cards issued by banks or driving licences can be used. A national identity card exists, usable all over the EU and a number of other countries, but commonly people use their driving licences or national social security cards as ID.
(4) A valid State-issued driver's license if the State issuing the license requires proof of U.S. citizenship, or obtains and verifies a SSN from the applicant who is a citizen before issuing such license. (C) Confirms the individual's membership, enrollment, or affiliation with the Tribe.
Basically the number on your ID/DL or your SSN. A "government issued id number" is any number issued by the government which is intended to identify an individual.
Documents that may be used under "List A" of the I-9 form to establish both identity and employment eligibility include:
- An unexpired U.S. Passport,
- A U.S. Passport Card,
- A Permanent Resident Card (often called a "green card") or Alien Registration Receipt Card with photograph,
- An unexpired Temporary Resident Card,