I live in Washington state where only valid ID is required to show for a marriage license. I don’t have a U.S. ID, can my form of ID be my Mexican passport? My fiancé is a U.S citizen if that makes a difference.
From King County:
Both applicants must currently be unmarried.
Both applicants must be at least 18 years old or can meet the age requirements.
Both applicants must not be nearer of kin to each other than second cousins, whole or half blood.
Both applicants must have current photo ID: U.S. passport, U.S. passport card, U.S. military ID, permanent resident card, driver's license or state photo ID card issued by the Department of Licensing (DOL), or foreign government issued passport.
More information on getting a marriage license in King County is at https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/records-licensing/recorders-office/marriage-licensing.aspx .
"foreign government issued passport" covers a valid passport issued by Mexico.
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