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Ontario marriage license identification?
I need to get married in December. What kind of ID do I need? I know I need 2 pieces (one photo, and my birth certificate). On the sheet I got from the marriage office in my city it says the photo ID should be a BYID card, a driver's license or a valid passport (none of which I have at the moment). Could I possibly use my health card? I'm applying for a passport but that might take longer than a month.
- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
Health cards are not considered valid ID (other than obtaining healthcare services in Ontario and to a lesser extent in a de-facto situation, boarding a domestic flight by plane within Canada).
I would suggest getting the Ontario Photo Card (for people who are 16 years or older and are not planning to drive at some point). It cost $35CDN and it is only available at certain ServiceOntario locations at this time. By 2012, you can get the Ontario Photo Card at each and every ServiceOntario location.
Information can be founded here:
I hope this helps.Source(s): http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/phot... http://www.ontario.ca/en/services_for_residents/ON...