Veterans will be able to get federal ID card starting in November

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Veterans will be able to go online and order their new identification cards in November, Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Longboat Key, announced.

Buchanan, whose Veterans Identification Card Act (H.R. 91) was signed into law in 2015, said official ID cards will be available to all veterans free of charge by visiting the Department of Veterans Affairs website (www.VA.gov).

“Every veteran – past, present, and future – will now be able to prove their military service without the added risk of identity theft,” Buchanan said, noting that millions of veterans are currently unable to document their service without carrying around official military records.

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