Not long ago, government agencies requesting private medical documents to update a gender marker on an ID or record was the norm. But these days in almost half the states, trans, intersex and non-binary folks can get an accurate marker on a license or state ID simply by checking the appropriate box of M, F, or X. And across the country anyone eligible for a passport can obtain a federal ID with an accurate marker, no medical documentation required. Court cases across the country have struck down barriers to updating gender markers on official documents as unconstitutional. The norm has shifted, yet court orders and legal services can still be difficult to access, and financial barriers, criminal history restrictions, privacy concerns, and overall confusion of these processes prevent so many from obtaining the accurate IDs they need to survive and thrive. Our panel of advocates will share the latest news and trends of gender change laws in courts, legislatures, and legal clinics across the country and engage the audience in a conversation about next steps in the journey toward access to accurate identification for all.