Requirements Marriage License Florida by mail
- Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and must be non Florida residents to apply for a Florida Marriage license by mail.
- Applicants are required to provide a copy of acceptable government identification (driver’s license, passport or military ID) if US born, or a copy of the applicants foreign passport if foreign born.
- If either party has previously been married, they must provide the exact date the marriage ended.
- US residents and citizens have to provide us with their Social Security numbers, International couples have to provide their passport number.
All applicants are required to have a valid E-mail address to receive all documents and instructions. It is also required that Adobe Reader is installed on your computer to be able to open files. You may download the program for free, following this link www.adobe.com
After receiving the license applicants have to get their signatures notarized on the license and provide notarized copies of their ID’s. Applications and payments have to be received not later than 30 days prior the wedding date for US applicants, and 45 days prior for International applicants. Express processing is available upon request.
All application fees are NON REFUNDABLE
We accept online payments with credit card through Paypal or US money orders only.
No other documentation, translations or birth certificates are required.
Exception: If one of the applicant’s marriage ended less than 30 days prior application or wedding date, the applicant must provide a copy of the finalized court document with the date when the last marriage ended.
What is an Apostille?
For International couples we also offer the filing for the Apostille. Most Countries outside of the US will require an Apostille to legalize the wedding at home. One exception is the United Kingdom where the Florida Marriage Certificate is valid without an Apostille. Please check with your local authorities if an Apostille is required to legalize your wedding at home. Some marriages have to be filed with the Embassy of the respective Country. One examples is Switzerland. It is the applicants responsibility to get information about necessary steps to legalize the wedding at home.
Events and More Inc. is Multilingual and we speak English, German and Spanish. For questions in Spanish please E-mail directly to Maria Jimenez email@example.com or use the inquire form.