What is acceptable identification to request a vital record?
Acceptable identification is a valid and current photo driver’s license. If you do not have a driver’s license then you must submit 2 alternate forms of identification and at least 1 must show the current address. Acceptable alternates include valid and current non-photo, non-drivers license issued by NJDMV for identification purposes; current vehicle registration; current vehicle insurance card; voter registration; US/Foreign passport; immigrant visa; permanent resident card (green card); federal/state; U.S. military; County; current school; utility bill-not more than 90 days old; bank statement-not more than 90 days old; W-2 or tax return for current or previous year.

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1. How do I obtain a license for my dog/cat?
2. What is acceptable identification to request a vital record?
3. Is there a waiting period before the license can be issued?
4. Where can I get a copy of my divorce decree?
5. Where do I apply for a marriage/civil union license?
6. Who do I contact for Animal Control issues?
7. Do you offer a Free Rabies Clinic?
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