What are two pieces of ID in BC?
Acceptable Primary Identification
- B.C. Driver’s Licence or learner’s licence (must have your photo)
- BC Services Card (must have photo)
- Canadian birth certificate.
- Canadian Citizenship Card.
- Permanent Resident Card.
- Canadian Record of Landing/Canadian Immigration Identification Record.
What ID is acceptable in BC?
Most Canadian birth certificates are accepted as primary ID. This is also accepted as a foundation document. Note: the names that will appear on your ICBC issued photo card will display in the exact same order as they appear on your Canadian birth certificate.
Who can witness a marriage in BC?
Whichever sort of marriage ceremony you’re planning, your marriage must be witnessed by two people who are at least 19 years of age or older. If you’re planning on a civil ceremony, you’ll need to book your marriage commissioner right away.
Where can I get my BC ID?
How to get your BCID card
- Visit any driver licensing office.
- Bring accepted ID.
- Pay the fee for your BCID.
Does a passport count as two forms of ID?
Photo Identification You can use any document from the following list: State identification (ID) card. Driver license. US passport or passport card.
Can I officiate a wedding in BC?
The Vital Statistics Agency began the private marriage commissioner program in British Columbia in 1982 to give couples an alternative to courthouse civil services. Today, marriage commissioners perform more than half of the approximately 24,000 marriages that take place in B.C. each year.
Is BC Service Card same as driver’s license?
The card is both a driver’s licence and a BC Services Card.
Is a BC Services Card the same as a Care Card?
The BC Services Card has replaced the CareCard, including the Gold CareCard. The BC Services Card provides access to insured provincial health care benefits for eligible B.C. residents.
How much does an officiant cost in BC?
Marriage Commissioner Fees
Base Civil Ceremony $75.00 GST $3.75 Total $78.75
Can Albertans travel to BC right now?
“There aren’t any current restrictions in place that restrict travel from Alberta into B.C.,” said Staff Sgt. Janelle Shoihet. “If a person from Alberta chooses to come to B.C., we’re asking that they stay in the health region that they are in, and not travel outside of that health region,” she explained.
How fast can you get married in BC?
Marriage Certificates Every couple marrying in British Columbia receives a marriage certificate by mail once Vital Statistics has registered their marriage. On average, couples receive their marriage certificate three weeks after the wedding takes place.
How much does it cost to get ordained in Canada?
While it can cost $50-$100 or so to hire an intern minister or retired judge, or have a civil ceremony by the justice of the peace at the courthouse, expect to pay $200–$500 for an experienced officiant.