Old Feb 7, 05, 11:35 pm
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brooklynflyer
 
Join Date: May 2003
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Posts: 380
Originally Posted by TXtimonial
I sent my documents via certified mail to TSA and they received it the first week of November. Nearly 70 days later I received the TSA letter "verifying my identity". The bottom of the letter is a directive to airline personnel and law enforcement officers that I have the same or similiar name to someone who is prohibited from flying or requires additional screening. It says: "TSA includes names and personal identifying data on cleared individuals as additional information on the TSA watch lists."

So, basically, I have to carry this letter with me whenever I fly from now on.
So, my question is whether you are now able to check in online or use the kiosks or whether you still need to see a human being at checkin. If it's the latter, I don't see how that's an improvement. As it already stands, they issue my boarding passes immediately after verifying my birthday so the letter would not be worth the paper it's written on to me.
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