In many states a fake SS number could be grounds for an invalid marriage, however, this is not the case on Tennessee.
This is what the law requires:
The wording interesting because it just requires an SS number all other ID as you can see above needs to be valid.
If the marriage was based on fraud or deception you can have it annulled.
These are the grounds for an annulment of the marriage:
"When can you get an annulment?
For the court to nullify the marriage, the union must be intrinsically defective. Therefore, the annulment grounds reflect circumstances that courts have recognized historically as defects sufficient to render the marriage void. Those reasons are based on society and procreation, public policy, and violations of law:
- Incurable impotence
- Failure to consummate the marriage
- Incestuous marriage
- Secret pregnancy at time of marriage
- Minor marries without consent from a parent or guardian
- Mental incapacity or insanity
- Marriage by fraud
- Marriage under duress, force, or threat of physical harm
- Limited purpose marriage"