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Once it expires, it can no longer be used to get married.Unfortunately, you'll just have to get a brand new one as your expired one will no longer be recognized as valid by the state nor by the person who will be responsible for officiating your marriage.This document outlines the requirements you must adhere to in order to get a valid marriage license that can be used statewide. The marriage license fee is .00 to .00, cash only. Yes, after you receive your license, there is still a mandatory 1 day waiting period before you can actually get married.Your license will expire 60 days from the date it is issued.You will need a certified copy of your birth certificate. If the divorce or spouse's death had taken place within the last 6 months, bring a certified copy of the divorce decree or death certificate.If necessary, a copy of your divorce records or spouse's death certificate can be ordered from your local vital records office and mailed to you.
You must be at least 18 years of age or older to marry without parental consent.A birth certificate may be necessary to show proof of age.When you are married, you will receive a marriage certificate, which is a piece of paper proving that you are legally married.This document will serve as evidence of your marriage, which you'll need to complete the process of notifying several government agencies about your name change, as well as any non-government institutions that you do business with (ie, banks, employers, credit cards, memberships, etc).If you're getting married in the state of Illinois you must first apply for a wedding license at any in-state county clerk office.
These offices, some of which are referred to as the "marriage license bureau," are usually located in the county probate court or circuit court. You do not have to be a previous or current resident of Illinois to obtain a marriage license that will be valid statewide. You will receive your marriage license immediately after you submit your application.