I've heard about people being detained by TSA employees because they are coordinating with immigration at airports asking for visa status. More recently in Virginia there was a case.
For the question above I meant to travel with a valid goverment issued passaport as an ID, but with no visa.
Not if they have no ID.
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A visa is not required to travel within the u.s. so they should be ok with a passport or other accepted forms of i.d.
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It would probably be Ok, but you do run the risk that TSA could cause problems.
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