Travel to another state? In this case the “mother” is the U. S. government-specifically the DHS through the TSA.
“U.S. government already requires international passengers to participate in the Advanced Passenger Information System, providing their full name, gender, date of birth, nationality, country of residence, and travel document type and number to the TSA before boarding. Under the proposed Secure Flight Program, this procedure would also be required on domestic flights.”
Should there be a case of mistaken identity, there is no way for you to correct that since there is no clear appeals process if you’re denied boarding or have to go through extra screening constantly.
Your papers, please.
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