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Three DMV license and Real ID processing centers closed in California – NBC Los Angeles

Three DMV license and Real ID processing centers closed in California – NBC Los Angeles

California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Advertising Closure of three Driving License Processing Centers (DLPCs).

The closures also come due to “tight state budgets and an extended federal Real ID application deadline schedule,” after additional processes for processing driver’s licenses and Real ID, the report said. publication.

Centers to be closed:

  • The Pacoima DLPC, located at 11623 Glenoaks Blvd., will close at 5pm on Friday, September 1st.
  • 16499 Merrill Ave. Fontana DLPC located at will close at 5pm on Friday, September 8th.
  • 3170 W. The Anaheim DLPC on Lincoln Ave. closed in March for repairs and will remain closed.

Only Driving Licences, Identity Cards and Genuine Identity Cards are processed at DLPC Centres. However, other DMV offices are open to process all types of transactions.

More than 16 million Californians have received their Real ID since it began offering them in 2018.

The US Department of Homeland Security has extended the deadline for implementing the Real ID requirement to May 7, 2025.

By that date, “almost all eligible Californians will have had the opportunity to obtain a Real ID during its normal renewal cycle, typically every five years for driver’s licenses,” the report says.

To know what documents are required to get your real ID, visit this link.

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