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Couples can begin the application process online After submitting an application, you will receive a confirmation number and further information on what documentation to bring with you to the New York City Clerk’s Office. To apply in-person, take your partner and head on over to the marriage bureau in the City Clerk’s Office of Manhattan The City Clerk’s Office is located at 141 Worth Street, New York, NY 10013 The marriage bureau within the City Clerk’s Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 3:45 pm.  For more information on how this process works, be sure to visit www.usmarriagelaws.com for more information.

In order to begin the process of acquiring a marriage license in NYC’s City Hall, you’ll have to first apply for it either in-person or online via City Clerk Online Sometimes there are long lines and wait times at the marriage bureau, so you can speed up the process by filling out the application online. One of the last steps in figuring out how to get married in NYC is deciding whether or not you plan on changing your name If you’d like to change your name, you’ll first need to obtain your marriage license, which is considered your legal name-change document in New York State. This data was released to the public through a successful Freedom of Information request and lawsuit filed by Reclaim The Records, settled with the New York City Clerk’s Office in mid-2016.

This is an index to every marriage license filed at the New York City Clerk’s Office from 1950 to 2017. We got our marriage license on a Thursday, and the City Clerks Office was reasonably quiet – there were quite a few couples, but we were in and out of the building in about 30 minutes. To apply for a marriage license in New York, you need to apply for the license at a local city clerk’s office.

Couples who do not receive a Certificate of Marriage Registration within four weeks of the wedding should contact the town or city clerk who issued the license. More than 8,200 same-sex marriage licenses have been issued over the past year, representing more than 10% of the 75,000 licenses issued in the city, according to a survey conducted by the City Clerk’s Office and NYC & Company, the city’s tourism and marketing organization. Since gay marriage was legalized in New York state a year ago, marriage license fees, local celebrations and wedding-related purchases have boosted New York City’s economy by $259 million, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced Tuesday.

After the ceremony, the officiant will have you and your witness sign the marriage license and then return the paperwork to the city clerk’s office for you. The truth is that both, obtaining your wedding license, as well as having the ceremony, takes place at the Office of the City Clerk: Marriage Bureau”. You may get a marriage license valid in the state of New York at any city or town clerk’s office.

Here’s how and where to obtain birth, marriage, and death certificates and records from the five boroughs of New York City, including the dates for which NYC vital records are available, where they are located, and links to online New York City vital records databases. The City Clerk’s website contains more detailed NYC marriage license information. Everyone planning an NYC elopement is in for a treat: an easy marriage license process, a wide variety of amazing vendor options, and of course the city itself as the backdrop to your wedding day.

I started to do a petition for a name change but was told yesterday by the city clerk office that it would be easier to do a re-marriage. If that option was provided and you didn’t specify a new surname, you can remarry by completing a new marriage license application and use the subsequent certificate to change your name. E.g. we live in Indiana but we get married in New York, on our certificate in New York, we both change our surnames, has his last name been legally changed, as well as mine?

Hello Valera, I am a NY resident, but we were married in 2017 in Pensacola, FL. Our marriage certificate does not show our “New Marriage Surname”, according to the clerk at city hall, the state of Florida does not add the couple’s new marriage surname to the certificate. If you intend to get married outside the State of New York the marriage license offered in the state cannot be filed with any New York city or town clerk.

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