Marylanders with the old state driver’s license — regardless of when it expires — will be required to get a new one or use a U.S. passport to pass through federal airport security checkpoints after Oct. 1, 2020.
Those whose paperwork is not up to date with the Motor Vehicle Administration will be required to submit additional documents by Oct. 1, 2020, to use their driver’s licenses — even the new, state flag ones — for purposes such as boarding an airplane or entering a federal facility.
One proof of age and identity, such as an original or certified copy of your U.S. birth certificate or a valid U.S. passport (or one expired for less than five years). If your current legal name is different from what is listed on these documents, you will also need to provide a government-issued marriage certificate, divorce decree or other court document(s) to explain the name change.
One proof of Social Security, such as an original Social Security card, W-2 form or SSA-1099 (displaying your name and entire Social Security number).
Two proofs of Maryland residency,such as an insurance card, vehicle registration, credit card bill, utility bill, bank statement, or mail from a federal, state or local government agency. (They must display your name and Maryland residential address, and be from two separate organizations.)