Q. Can I Fly Without ID?
Answer. Adult passengers, 18 plus must show a valid U.S. Federal or State-issued photo ID that contains a name, date of birth, gender, expiration date, and a tamper-resistant feature. If you lose your primary ID, or it has expired, the TSA may accept another form of ID to help confirm your identity. The list is below and you see all the forms you can verify these and get more information by visiting the TSA page and blog above. And for more information see this CBS report and related video on the subject.原文載於: 背包客棧自助旅行論壇 https://www.backpackers.com.tw/forum/showthread.php?t=10315845#post11214363
Finally, this is a partial list of items you can use to help get through TSA screening if your ID is lost. Bring as many as you can as they can help can confirm your address and ID.
Expired government photo IDs
Library card (as a TSA spokesperson is quoted as saying as some have photos)
Costco membership card (while not government issued they do have a photo)
Work security badges (especially if it has a photo)
Smartphone photos of IDs (keep a photo of your driver’s license on your phone)
Police reports of a lost/stolen wallet or passport
Student Photo ID
Business cards with photos
Magazines (containing a home address)
Q. If I Lose My ID During Travel, What Secondary Forms of ID Will be Accepted?
Answer. Passengers who do not have a valid photo ID, such as state-issued driver’s license, should bring any ID or documents they have available to assist in verification of identity. Passengers need at least two alternate forms of identification, such as a social security card, birth certificate, marriage license, or credit card. The documents must bear the name of the passenger. Also, one of these documents must bear identification information containing one of the following: date of birth, gender, address, or photo. If TSA can confirm the passenger’s identity, they may enter the secured area, but they could be subject to additional screening. For more information, please review the TSA ID Requirements for Airport Checkpoints