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Arizona MVD warns not to wait until deadline to get travel ID

As the calendar rolls into May, the deadline for Arizonans to replace their state-issued ID with an approved travel ID is one year away.

State Motor Vehicle Division spokesperson Bill Lamoreaux says it’s best not to wait.

“The MVD is really busy. The busiest time of the year for us at MVD is March and April, so right before the deadline next year. So, I’d encourage people to get out and do it now,” said Lamoreaux.

Lamoreaux says it’s best to make an appointment with the MVD, and that the process requires a birth certificate or passport, Social Security number, and two items with proof of Arizona residency, like a credit card bill or a utilities bill.

He says more than 1.5 million Arizonans already have their travel ID, as the deadline shifted multiple times during the pandemic.

Vaughan Jones is the weekend reporter for KJZZ, and a graduate of ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism, with a minor in music. As a Phoenix native, Jones’s dream is to serve his community by covering important stories in the metropolitan area.He spent two years as music director at Blaze Radio, ASU’s student-run radio station. His passion for radio stems from joining Blaze his freshman year as a DJ.When he is not working, Jones can be found writing music with his band, playing video games with his friends, or watching his favorite Phoenix-area sports teams.