The Biden Administration is exempting many illegal aliens from the Transportation Security Agency’s government photo ID rules for airline travel, giving them special permissions to board planes without a passport or other photo ID.
TSA officials reportedly say they are confident the background screenings that U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials are doing before aliens are allowed on U.S. domestic flights is ensuring security, however, Mark Morgan, the former Acting Commissioner of USCBP under President Trump is not so sure of that; he stated:
I’m sure CBP is doing as much due diligence as possible. But when you have 180,000 people crossing a month and many don’t have the official travel documents normally needed to ensure identity, there is only so much you can do.
Currently, all Americans are required to provide TSA a government-issued photo ID, ideally a Real ID despite the federal government’s continued extension of enforcing the program. Other means of identification accepted by TSA include a state-issued driver’s license, a passport, Homeland Security trusted traveler card, a green card, or a Department of Defense ID.
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