CHICAGO (AP) — Many Secretary of State offices in suburban Chicago will require appointments this week for several services, part of a plan to reduce long lines.
The nine sites are in Schaumburg, Bridgeview, Lombard, Des Plaines, Waukegan, Naperville, Aurora, Plano and Joliet. They join seven others in Illinois already operating based on appointments for licenses and ID services.
Secretary of State Jesse White announced the changes in July.
People who need a road test, REAL IDs, driver’s licenses or ID cards must have an appointment.