Providing Real Answers To Real I.D. Questions
Real I.D. is a growing issue in the world of immigration law, and if you are new to the United States, you may have questions as the compliance deadline approaches in 2020. No one is required to have a Real I.D.-compliant identification. However, because it is tied to your state-issued identification, it can affect many aspects of your life, including:
- Driver’s license
- Voting registration
- Federal benefits
- Buying and selling goods
- Interacting with authorities
While Real I.D. does present its challenges, it also provides an opportunity to obtain a passport at the same time, which can accommodate international travel needs for your family or business.
At Stacer, PLC, it is our goal to meet the needs of individuals and families struggling with passports, visas, citizenship and other immigration matters. Attorney Andrew Stacer is ready to provide responsive help to your questions related to Real I.D. and immigration.
Who Can Apply For Real I.D.?
Many people are eligible to apply for a Real I.D. compliant driver’s license, including:
- U.S. citizens
- Lawful permanent and temporary residents
- Asylees and refugees
- Nonimmigrant visa holders
Many of the same documents that are required for Real I.D. are also required when applying for a passport, including:
- Birth certificate
- Social Security card
- Marriage certificate
Get Your Consultation About Real I.D.
Failing to be proactive about Real I.D. can affect your day-to-day lifestyle, and the issues will become more apparent in Michigan as the compliance deadline approaches. Stacer, PLC, is ready to answer your questions related to Real I.D. and use the opportunity to solve other potential issues related to your immigration, visa or passport status.
Get help today by scheduling an initial consultation with a lawyer at our office in Plymouth by calling 734-259-2857, 888-814-5758 or send an email.