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Access to the Kirtland Branch on 8/28/2017

Members who need to access the SLFCU branch on Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB) are required to request and obtain a Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS) pass, and their access to KAFB must be sponsored by an employee of SLFCU’s Kirtland branch.

REQUEST SPONSORSHIP

Sponsorship requests must be received no later than noon of the business day before access is needed. Same-day requests cannot be accommodated.

Members will be required to provide SLFCU with their full name, date of birth, phone number, issuing state of driver’s license, and the time and date when member plans to arrive on KAFB. Access to the base is permitted only for members planning to visit the SLFCU Kirtland branch; each individual who plans to visit must submit a separate request.

OBTAIN DBIDS PASS

Upon approval from KAFB, the DBIDS pass will be issued through the visitor’s center at the Gibson gate. In order to receive the pass, members must provide a valid driver’s license or government issued ID, and proof of vehicle registration and insurance at the gate.

If a member is unable to drive and needs to walk or bike onto the base, a valid government issued ID is still required.

If you need to request a DBIDS pass or have any questions, please call 505.293.0500 or 800.947.5328 or stop by any Albuquerque area branch.

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