The Department of Homeland Security issued new regulations relating to REAL ID-compliant state issued driver's licenses and identification cards. The REAL ID Act was enacted in 2005 and required states to modify their issuance procedures for driver's licenses and identification cards. After December 1, 2014, federal agencies will no longer accept non-REAL ID-compliant driver's licenses or identification cards for official purposes if the individual was born after December 1, 1964. Furthermore, federal agencies are prohibited from accepting non-compliant documents after December 1, 2017. Lastly, the regulations modify the final document enrollment dates to October 1, 2020 thereby giving states and their residents additional time in which to fully comply with the REAL ID Act.