Flying domestically you should not encounter any border enforcement agents anyway, so your driver's license should technically be enough to fly with. I know many DACA recipients and even undocumented aliens who fly domestically on a regular basis without any issue. Of course sometimes overzealous TSA agents will involve the CBP even if not required when they suspect (sometimes incorrectly) that a person may not be in the US legally. Producing your DACA approval notice should be fine at that point. As long as you disclosed your misdemeanor when you applied for DACA you should have no problem.
If you want the very technical explanation, domestic flight does not involve "admission" into the US, so crimes that prevent your from entering do not matter, and since DACA is not legal status, you are not subject to removal (deportability) on the basis of crimes, because being removed requires you to first have been admitted (and you haven't). You would still be removable, however, for being here illegally - but DACA basically says that you won't be. There are more serious crimes which could have more serious consequences regardless of whether you've been admitted, but if you had one of those, you would not have qualified for DACA. Good luck!
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I am not familiar with immigration law but this appears to be more of an immigration question than an aviation question. I have changed the practice area to attract the immigration lawyers. They will certainly correct me if I am wrong.
Yes you may travel anywhere within the US from one state to another with no problem. Don't worry.
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If you disclosed the misdemeanor and still got approved, your misdemeanor was not deemed serious one to disqualify you from DACA. Hence, you can travel anywhere you want in the USA. If you also included an application for Advance Parole and EAD and got the combo card, you can travel anywhere in the world your national passport opens the doors for you.
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