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Real ID deadline pushed back a year due to coronavirus, DHS secretary announces

FOXNews.com Friday, 27 March 2020 ()
The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday it would be delaying the deadline for Americans to apply and receive a REAL ID-- a driver's license with a gold star in the top right corner-- due to the coronavirus pandemic
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The REAL ID deadline has been delayed at least a year due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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