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Married women can obtain a national ID card in the same way as married men is equality in the process for obtaining a national identity card by married woman compared to married man. The answer is “Yes” if there are no inequalities in the process for obtaining a national identity card. If married men must provide a marriage certificate or birth certificate as proof of name, whereas married women must provide a marriage certificate, the answer is still “Yes.” The answer is “No” if a married woman must provide a marriage certificate, but a married man need not, or a married woman, but not a married man, must provide additional signatures, such as those of the husband, father or guardian, or a married woman must indicate the name of her spouse, but a married man is not so required, or identity cards are optional for women, but required for men, or the identity card of a married woman displays the name of her spouse, but the identity card of a married man does not. The answer is “N/A” if there is no national identity card.