Talking about ID
Man: I was born in toronto, but my parents were born in Italy. So, I’m Italian-Canadian.
Woman: And I’m Chinese-Canadian, and I have the ID to prove it.
Man: Oh, you mean proof of identity?
Man: I was born in toronto, I have lots of ID too, I have a bankcard, I have a birth certificate, Visa card, a license…
Woman: We often have to prove our identity to show proof of ID.
One place where you need to show your ID is at Customs…
Man: Citizenship card…
Woman: Another is at the bank, or when you get your driver’s license, or when the police stop you for driving too fast.
Man: So our personal identity, our ID, is complete now.
Woman: Name, address, phone number, date of birth, place of birth, nationality.
Man: And marital status, Jane. Sometimes you have to tell people whether you’re married or single.
Woman: And sometimes you don’t.
Man: Well, … I’m single.
Woman: think that’s all we need to talk about ID.
I think that’s all we need to talk about ID ←
What does “ID” mean in this sentence"
Does it mean “ID card” or something else?