There was a question yesterday from a woman who was brought to the US by her parents when she was 2. Anyway she said she was married. So here is my question, If I recall I had to show my ID to get our marriage certificate. But in order to get a DL, I had to have a birth certificate, I assume that you would need a BC for a State ID as well. So how did she get married legally?
so how do you get married with nothing?
I didn't get it either which is why I asked if it was legal and notarized. Anyone can have a fancy ceremony and claim they are married and sign a certificate (you can print one from offline for free) but that does not mean they have a marriage license and are legally married. So it confused me as well. In either case the best course of action for a person in this scenario is to talk to their local social security office or state department about legal help.
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