BOSTON (CBS) – The TSA has issued a reminder about the deadline to get a “Real ID.” Beginning in October, travelers will not be able to use their Massachusetts ID to fly or get into a federal building.

Instead, a passport or Real ID will be required. The ID is part of tighter federal security standards.

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To get the Real ID, residents can visit an RMV office with documents proving their U.S. citizenship and state residency. That can be a birth certificate, passport, green card or immigration documents.

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AAA officers can also issue the Real ID to members. The IDs have a gold star in the upper right corner.

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For more information on the license options, visit mass.gov/guides/new-massachusetts-requirements.