I know valid form of identification is required to board an airplane. However, I am not a US citizen (although my fiance is). We are hoping to travel to California for a short vacation, and I was wondering whether they’ll let me board a domestic flight with a valid foreign passport? If anyone can offer any information I would greatly appreciate it. I have a New York State driver license, but it is expired, and I never got around to renewing it. Thanks a bunch!
PS: I have overstayed my visa. Do you suppose they’ll check the pages of the passport to make sure I still have visa? Or they don’t bother with such things on domestic flights? Again, thanks!