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    I was just reading a post that you were married without a social security number. If you don't mind me asking what state was that in. I am trying to figure out what documents i need in order for me and my USC fiance to get a marriage license and everytime i call the county clerks office i either don't get an answer or am told to call back later when there is someone there that can answer my questions. I am in ohio and they say that a social security number is required for both parties. Any response would be greatly appreciated. I have my canadian passport, driver's license and birth certificate would this be enough identification do you think?

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    I was just reading a post that you were married without a social security number. If you don't mind me asking what state was that in. I am trying to figure out what documents i need in order for me and my USC fiance to get a marriage license and everytime i call the county clerks office i either don't get an answer or am told to call back later when there is someone there that can answer my questions. I am in ohio and they say that a social security number is required for both parties. Any response would be greatly appreciated. I have my canadian passport, driver's license and birth certificate would this be enough identification do you think?

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    • #3
      Your indentification should be enough. Which state do you plan to get married in?

      http://www.weddingdetails.com/questions/license.cfm

      has some usefull information.

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      • #4
        I'm in Oklahoma.

        If they give you the run around, just go down there and ask. That works a lot better than phone tag.

        All i showed was my passport. I didn't have a birth certificate with me or a SSN.

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        • #5
          i also got married in OHIO (oakwood village in Bedford.) my husband was from out of STATE he had his state id and we told them i was from canada.

          i was told no problem and we got married with no hassles

          gl

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          • #6
            i finally got a hold of the county clerks office and they told it would be no problem that i would only need to fill out an extra form.

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