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  1. It looks like from the TSA's website that a CCL may work as ID. My DL disappeared itself this weekend and I was able to get home from ATL using only my CCL. So either the AA agent and the TSA agent both thought it was valid or it really is valid. Does anyone know for sure? Here is the statement from the TSA, their website where it came from is below that. Driver's licenses or other state photo identity cards issued by Department of Motor Vehicles (or equivalent) Identification | Transportation Security Administration (tsa.gov) Just read the fine print, a weapons permit (=CCL?) is not valid! I guess I really lucked out, did not want to spend any more time in Atlanta. A weapon permit is not an acceptable form of identification. A temporary driver's license is not an acceptable form of identification.
  2. New user here! Apologies if I format incorrectly Got denied for my FOID because "Submitted address information does not match Illinois Drivers License/ID Card Information" So the last ten years I've moved quite a bit, never out of state or even out of Chicago. Just had different apartments with roommates. The reason says the address didn't match my ID/DL, in which I've only had three "legal" addresses in that regard. I just resubmitted with only those three. Does anyone have any experience on this matter?
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