Real ID Requirements from DHS
Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: REAL ID
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced draft regulations in the form of a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to establish minimum standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards in accordance with the REAL ID Act of 2005.
These proposed regulations set standards for states to meet the requirements of the REAL ID Act, including:
* security features that must be incorporated into each card;
* verification of information provided by applicants to establish their identity and lawful status in the United States; and
* physical security standards for locations where licenses and identification cards are issued.
An AFTF Volunteer who also supports JBS commented:
In the meantime you may appreaciate this:
Real ID requirements Comrade Chertoff just released to the states.
The real meat starts around page 131 of the .pdf
The devil is probably in the details of page 138:
(c) Security features to detect false cards. States must employ security features to detect false cards for each of the following three levels:
(1) Level 1. Cursory examination, without tools or aids involving easily identifiable visual or tactile features, for rapid inspection at point of usage.
(2) Level 2. Examination by trained inspectors with simple equipment.
(3) Level 3. Inspection by forensic specialists.
Page 142 of the .pdf: "(4) There must be no dark shadows in the eye-sockets due to the brow. The iris and pupil of the eyes shall be clearly visible."
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