I live in the U.S.A., where we may board a regular commercial passenger flight only with the approval of the T.S.A. Passengers are supposed to bring proof of identity with us, and present it when trying to make our way through the airport and onto a plane. Normally, people use a passport or an identification card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The T.S.A. says on their website that someone without normal proof of identity can still fly if the T.S.A. can confirm his identity.
I want to fly, but I don't have the normal proof of identity. And somehow (because of the coronavirus and the maze of rules and the timing of things) I won't have the normal proof of identity in time for the trip I'm hoping to take.
Is there any way that I can check, before buying an airline ticket, that the T.S.A. will be able to confirm my identity?