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The Full Guide for Getting an Alaska Marriage License!

If you want to get married in the State of Alaska, you will have to go about the procedure of applying for a marriage license for. Once you have this marriage license, you will have to get it processed by the concerned authorities after you fill it in. You can then proceed to marry your beloved armed with the marriage license in the presence of officiants and witnesses.

Procedural steps you must follow to obtain an Alaskan license to wed

Here are some steps to acquaint you with how to apply for and receive a legal license for marriage in the Alaska marriage records

  • Check if you meet the eligibility criterion.

You can get married if you are over the age of 16, not legally married and have had all divorce proceedings finalized, in case of any previous marriage. Alaska allows you to marry into the same sex as well as marry first cousins.

If you are under the age of 18 at the time of marriage, you will have to submit a signed in the parental consent form to be allowed to marry. Both parents must co-sign. In case, one parent has sole custody; this has to be proved with a death certificate/divorce decree, whichever applicable. You can obtain this consent form from the local court. Members of the armed services are exempt from this rule.

Marriage License Alaska

It takes three working days for a marriage license to be processed, so keep in this in mind while planning your wedding date. However, the duration of the license is three months after which it expires, so don't apply too early in advance either. Sometimes, a licensing officer may choose to waive off this requirement completely.

The license so obtained allows you to marry legally within the geographical territory of Alaska.

 
  • Apply for the license.

To fill in the marriage license application you will need to gather requisite information like your Social Security number and details of any previous marriages.

You can download the marriage application from here - http://dhss.alaska.gov/dph/VitalStats/Pages/marriagel/default.aspx/

Fill in the form using either blue/black ink. The form is divided into two sections titled “Party A” and “Party B.” Each should separately fill in each section. Don’t sign on the form until you’ve been sworn in by a licensing officer.

Alaska Marriage License

Now, visit a local court or Bureau of Vital Statistics office with this filled in application, necessary fees, and a valid photo ID proof. If you are a minor or recently divorced, you can expect to furnish additional forms.

You can pick up the marriage license after three days and have it signed by an officiant and two witnesses present at the wedding ceremony, which you can then send to the court to request for a legitimate marriage certificate.

Important Things to Remember

Both parties willing to get married must be sober at the time of applying for the marriage license. If you are below age 18 at the time of marriage, you must submit your birth certificate to the court or Bureau within a month of submitting the application.

And now?

Once, you’ve obtained your marriage license; there really should be nothing stopping you from making that plunge. The legal procedure is out of the way, and the path is clear. Go ahead, grab your love and tie that knot. Make it official. If you’re still to figure out your marriage details, hurry! Your marriage license is only valid for a limited period. Don’t let all that hard work go to waste now! We wish you all the best for a happy married life.


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