The Wolf Administration has been notified by the Department of Homeland Security that Pennsylvania has been granted a REAL ID enforcement extension through August 1, 2019.
Governor Wolf Announces Department of Homeland Security Grants Pennsylvania REAL ID Enforcement ExtensionOctober 19, 2017
Governor Wolf announced that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has granted Pennsylvania a REAL ID enforcement extension through October 10, 2018.
Governor Tom Wolf signed Senate Bill 133, known as the Pennsylvania REAL ID Compliance Act (Act 3 of 2017), which will allow Pennsylvania to offer residents an optional REAL ID-compliant driver license or state identification card, which can be used to access airports, and federal facilities.
Governor Tom Wolf announced he will sign Senate Bill 133 now that the bill was altered to remove problematic change made in the committee process.
Pa has been granted an extension until June 5, 2017 from the Department of Homeland Security to fix state law to allow for federal REAL ID compliance.