The One ID You’ll Need To Bring To The Airport In 2018 In Every State

Starting in 2018, you may need more than your state-issued ID to fly within the United States. To make matters more confusing, the requirements will vary by state.

The Department of Homeland Security will be enforcing the REAL ID Act next year, meaning that residents in almost half of all states will need to bring an additional form of identification to the airport in order to board a plane. Essentially, many U.S. citizens will need to provide a passport or other federal ID to fly between states.

Here’s what you’ll need to fly in each state:

Alabama: State ID or drivers license

Alaska: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the Alaskan DMV produces compliant identifications in January 2019.

Arizona: State ID or drivers license

Arkansas: State ID or drivers license

California: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the California DMV produces compliant identifications in January 2019.

Colorado: State ID or drivers license

Connecticut: State ID or drivers license

Delaware: State ID or drivers license

Florida: State ID or drivers license

Georgia: State ID or drivers license

Hawaii: State ID or drivers license

Idaho: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly.

Illinois: Illinois is under review. The state has requested an extension that has not yet been granted. However, the TSA will continue to accept state IDs from Illinois through January 22, 2018.

Indiana: State ID or drivers license

Iowa: State ID or drivers license

Kansas: State ID or drivers license

Kentucky: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV produces compliant identifications in mid-2019.

Louisiana: Under review. The state has requested an extension that has not yet been granted. However, the TSA will continue to accept state IDs from this state through January 22, 2018.

Maine: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV produces compliant identifications by July 2019

Maryland: State ID or drivers license

Massachusetts: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications on March 26, 2018.

Michigan: Under review. The state has requested an extension that has not yet been granted. However, the TSA will continue to accept state IDs from this state through January 22, 2018. Michigan offers an optional REAL ID for anybody who wishes to apply.

Minnesota: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications in 2018.

Mississippi: State ID or drivers license

Missouri: Missouri is under review, meaning the state has requested an extension that has not yet been granted. The TSA will continue to accept state IDs through January 22, 2018 as part of a grace period.

Montana: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications in 2018. Montana citizens can buy a compliant ID starting at $25.

Nebraska: State ID or drivers license

Nevada: State ID or drivers license

New Hampshire: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. Citizens can apply for a compliant ID in-person at the DMV.

New Jersey: Granted extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications.

New Mexico: State ID or drivers license

New York: Under review, meaning the state has requested an extension that has not yet been granted. The TSA will continue to accept state IDs through January 22, 2018 as part of a grace period, although the state expects to be granted an extension through 2020. Citizens can apply for REAL IDs at their DMV starting October 30, 2017. A New York State enhanced drivers license will also work at the airport.

North Carolina: State ID or drivers license

North Dakota: Granted an extension through October 2020. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. Citizens can apply for a compliant ID.

Ohio: State ID or drivers license

Oklahoma: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. Oklahoma expects to make REAL IDs an option in mid- to late-2019.

Oregon: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. Oregonians can obtain a REAL ID beginning in July 2020.

Pennsylvania: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. The state plants to make REAL IDs available in 2019.

Rhode Island: Under review, meaning the state has requested an extension that has not yet been granted. The TSA will continue to accept state IDs through January 22, 2018 as part of a grace period.

South Carolina: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. New IDs will be available from the first quarter of next year. State citizens can apply for a new ID online.

South Dakota: State ID or drivers license

Tennessee: State ID or drivers license

Texas: State ID or drivers license

Utah: State ID or drivers license

Vermont: State ID or drivers license

Virginia: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. Virginia will begin offering a REAL ID to its citizens in October 2018..

Washington: Granted an extension until October 10, 2018. After this date, residents will need a passport or federal ID to fly until the DMV begins producing compliant identifications. Citizens can apply for an ID that meets REAL ID standards.

West Virginia: State ID or drivers license

Wisconsin: State ID or drivers license

Wyoming: State ID or drivers license

As more states update their state-issued IDs and drivers licenses to conform to the REAl ID Act, the need to bring a passport or federal ID to the airport should become less frequent. For more in travel news, check out the 21 weirdest things ever left on planes.