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  • On Apr 22, 2012
    William from FL Asked

    Will be at WDW at the end of may and have purchased Florida Resident tickets for 3 Adults...one of which belongs to my mother who will be moving to FL in mid may . Will a signed lease agreement be an acceptable proof of residency?

    Hi William!  There is a great listing of what is needed to provide proof of residency on the Disney website. You can click HERE to see this list. A lease agreement is not listed but it certainly does fall into the same category as a mortgage statement and as long as the dates are current and names match this seems as if this would work. So many residents don't own but instead rent. If you have any bills that are not longer then two months out with her name and Florida address on it that would be great to bring along....or renters insurance agreement etc. Go over the list to see if you can find anything that would back the lease agreement and bring that along. They have had to become more strict on the Florida passes since there was abuse of so many being used by out of state guests. The pricing was put into place for the benefit of the great neighbor guests and hopefully they will continue to have some super deals for you.
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