Each party applying for a marriage license must present satisfactory documentary proof and must swear on the application the place, date and year of their birth. ’42-104. State marriage license statutes do not provide for the services of an interpreter or other means of determining the accuracy of documentation presented in marriage license applications. County Clerks are given statutory discretion to refuse to grant a license if the required proof is not given, the parties are incompetent or minors without consent, or there is an impediment ’42-107. However, a clerk who willfully and knowingly makes a false record of a certificate may be guilty of a Class I misdemeanor. ’42-113. No Nebraska case law has interpreted this issue, although cases from other states have raised issues of good faith and privacy rights.