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Rep Warren to Hold Real ID, Census Jobs Event Tuesday

State Rep Perry Warren  (D-31) will host an information session on Real ID and U.S. Census Bureau jobs from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Lower Makefield Community Center, 1550 Oxford Valley Rd.

PennDOT representatives will be on hand to answer questions about Real ID.

“We are partnering with representatives from Penn DOT to host an information session designed to help residents understand what REAL ID is and if they need one,” Warren said.

In nine months, residents will need a REAL ID-compliant Pennsylvania driver’s license or another form of federally acceptable identification (such as a valid passport or military ID) to fly or enter secure federal buildings.
Residents will not be able to apply for a REAL ID at the outreach event. The event serves as an information session to provide residents with the details they need to decide if they want to pursue applying for a REAL ID.

In addition, the U.S. Census Bureau has begun hiring employees for its once every 10-years count of the population. Interested residents will be able to apply for temporary U.S. Census Bureau jobs at the event. A representative from the Census Bureau will be on hand to answer questions about hiring

For more information, residents may contact Warren’s office at 215-493-5420.

Beginning in October, Real ID or other forms of federally-approved identification will be required to board domestic flights, access certain federal buildings or military bases. You will NOT be able to apply for a Real ID at this event. It is an information session only.

In addition, the U.S. Census Bureau has begun hiring employees for its once every 10-years count of the population. Interested residents will be able to apply for temporary U.S. Census Bureau jobs at the event. A representative from the Census Bureau will be on hand to answer questions about hiring.

 

Editors Note: LBS apologizes to state Rep Perry Warren and Staff for an earlier publishing of this story last week.

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Rep Warren to Hold Real ID, Census Jobs Event Tuesday

State Rep Perry Warren  (D-31) will host an information session on Real ID and U.S. Census Bureau jobs from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11 at the Lower Makefield Community Center, 1550 Oxford Valley Rd.

PennDOT representatives will be on hand to answer questions about Real ID.

“We are partnering with representatives from Penn DOT to host an information session designed to help residents understand what REAL ID is and if they need one,” Warren said.

In nine months, residents will need a REAL ID-compliant Pennsylvania driver’s license or another form of federally acceptable identification (such as a valid passport or military ID) to fly or enter secure federal buildings.
Residents will not be able to apply for a REAL ID at the outreach event. The event serves as an information session to provide residents with the details they need to decide if they want to pursue applying for a REAL ID.

In addition, the U.S. Census Bureau has begun hiring employees for its once every 10-years count of the population. Interested residents will be able to apply for temporary U.S. Census Bureau jobs at the event. A representative from the Census Bureau will be on hand to answer questions about hiring

For more information, residents may contact Warren’s office at 215-493-5420.

Beginning in October, Real ID or other forms of federally-approved identification will be required to board domestic flights, access certain federal buildings or military bases. You will NOT be able to apply for a Real ID at this event. It is an information session only.

In addition, the U.S. Census Bureau has begun hiring employees for its once every 10-years count of the population. Interested residents will be able to apply for temporary U.S. Census Bureau jobs at the event. A representative from the Census Bureau will be on hand to answer questions about hiring.

 

Editors Note: LBS apologizes to state Rep Perry Warren and Staff for an earlier publishing of this story last week.

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