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Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

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  • Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

    OK, I really, really, really hope I'm posting in the right place and that my question isn't listed elsewhere....I tried doing a search and going through stickies, but didn't see this listed.

    My question is essentially: what is needed to prove Southern California residency for an annual pass? My parter works in Southern California 4 days a week and keeps an apartment down there, but he keeps a primary residency here in San Jose. Essentially he has two residences, but his driver's license shows his San Jose address.

    I have read up on this on NUMEROUS sites, but only see reference to needing "proof," not what counts as proof.

    I recall that when I lived in FL a driver's license was sufficient for Resident discounts on single-day tickets, and I wouldn't be surprised if one was further necessary--but figured it would be worth asking.

    So, is it possible to bring bills, copies of leases or such to qualify for an annual pass?

    I would assume that even IF he would be eligible, he would only be able to get one pass (meaning I would still have to pay regular admission prices when I visit), but it could still save money in the end if we ramp up the frequency of our visits.


    Thanks much!

    BrerDan
    Last edited by BrerDan; 09-12-2007, 02:05 PM. Reason: Insert Type of Post code

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    Re: Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

    I believe you can use things such as local utility bills to show residency. I have used a staff ID card (I work at a major university in So Ca) for proof. Also, I think you can purchase more than one ticket with a So Cal ID, but I could be wrong. You used to be able to for sure. But I don't think you can get more than one AP with it. Just single tickets.

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      Re: Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

      I have a pass already so this question isn't for me, but for some friends of mine. Will a Southern CA university ID work as proof of residence for my out of state friends (who live here for school)?

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        Re: Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

        It used to be your utility bill works just fine, and I know he can get more then one ticket, as in the head of household status.
        I know they go by zip codes

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          Re: Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

          Thanks for the replies!

          It sounds like it might be worth a shot, at least!


          Originally posted by Kath2188 View Post
          It used to be your utility bill works just fine, and I know he can get more then one ticket, as in the head of household status.
          I know they go by zip codes

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            Re: Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

            Show your Driver's License/Permit or School ID.

            If you don't have either - then there is a problem....

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              Re: Annual Passes for Dual Residency folk?? What counts as "proof" of residency?

              Originally posted by Pink Pirate View Post
              I have a pass already so this question isn't for me, but for some friends of mine. Will a Southern CA university ID work as proof of residence for my out of state friends (who live here for school)?
              Yes. I have used UCLA and USC IDs.

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