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Yes you can travel to Puerto Rico which is considered a domestic flight without ID. All you need to do is tell TSA agent at check in that you don’t have your ID.
They will ask about yourself and that will help them determine your identity. If you’re willing to provide them with some additional information from a public database, then they can more easily confirm your identity. Once they confirm you identity you’ll be cleared to go through security, and board your flight. The TSA lost and found report will definitely help with confirming your identification, and sped up the process. This happens to many people who travel, and the system is set up to make sure you can still travel by just confirming your identity.
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