• On Apr 14, 2021
    Suhen from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi im a resident of CA; my daughter and her husband have been living here in CA for 3 years now but they dont have CA id what proof can they show at entrance? Rental contract or some bill to proof they live here?

    Hi there Suhen, and welcome to planDisney! Thanks for sending your question our way.

    You must be as excited as Princess Anna on her sister's coronation day. Finally, they're opening up the gates! It must seem like you're getting ready to walk down Main Street U.S.A. for the first time in forever. Let's make it happen!

    During the initial reopening phase, as part of guidance from the state of California, only Guests who reside in the Golden State will be permitted to visit Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. All visitors also must secure theme park reservations before arrival, and to access the reservation system, you must have a California address associated with your Disneyland account and verify that you currently live in California. It sounds likes all members of your party fulfill both of these requirements, so you're all set! Proof of residency may be requested upon entry into the theme parks, so just to be safe, I'd recommend your daughter and son-in-law bring a utility bill, lease agreement, or similar piece of mail. 

    I hope this is helpful as you and your family prepare to return to a land of magic, Suhen! Thanks again for stopping by planDisney, and if there's anything else we can do to assist with future visits to the Happiest Place on Earth, come see us anytime. 

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