To obtain your marriage license, both parties must appear in person before a Clerk at a Clark County Marriage Bureau location.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, and no nearer of kin than second cousins or cousins of half-blood, and not having a husband or wife living.
Nevada marriage licenses are only valid within the State of Nevada. Marriage ceremonies must be conducted within Nevada's borders and may not be conducted within another state or country. It is recommended that ceremonies conducted in the air or water be restated, with witness, once back on Nevada soil.
All U.S. citizens are required to provide their Social Security Number (SSN) on the Affidavit of Application for a Marriage License. You do not need to present your Social Security Card. Applicants not issued a Social Security Number by the United States will leave the appropriate field of the application blank.
For non U.S. citizens, some foreign countries require a copy of the Marriage License and/or an apostille to register a marriage. It is suggested that non U.S. citizens check with their local officials for special documents needed to ensure their marriage is recognized in their country.
I want to get married in Las Vegas. How should I apply for my marriage license?
Las Vegas is located in Clark County and hence you will need to apply for the license with the Clark County Clerk's office. Please start with the pre-application using the above link & follow the instructions listed.
Nevada law provides that you must be 18 years of age or over, a U.S. Citizen, and a resident of Nevada for 30 days preceding any election. Please note that:
If you will be 18 years old or will have met the residency requirement at the time of the election, you are also eligible to register to vote.
Any person who has been declared by a court to be mentally incompetent is not eligible to register and vote.
Felons who have not been restored to their civil rights are not eligible to register and vote; however, recent legislation has provided for automatic restoration of the right to vote for those who have been honorably discharged from prison, probation or parole, with certain exceptions related to the seriousness of the crime committed.
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Most people (about 80%) recover from the disease without needing special treatment. Around 1 out of every 6 people who get COVID-19 becomes seriously ill and develops difficulty breathing. Older people, and those with underlying medical problems like high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes, are more likely to develop serious illness.
People with fever, cough and difficulty breathing should seek medical attention.
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