Colorado State has these rules and regulations which a person has to fulfill in order to get a marriage license. They are:
• Both the applicants have to apply in person together. But in some situations, the related authority may show flexibility.
• Only the County Clerk’s Office issues marriage license.
• Only the applicants who are 18 years and above can apply for a marriage license. But with parental or guardian approval, both male and female of 16 years old and above can apply for a marriage license. Generally parental or guardian approval should be given in person only. In some rare situations, exceptions are given.
• The applicants should present any of the following ID: Passport, birth certificate, military ID, visa or driver’s license.
• Among the both applicants, the previously married applicant should bring Proof of Dissolution.
• The applicants are not required to take medical examination.
• A marriage license can be issued at any time by the authority.
• An unsigned marriage license is valid throughout the state for 30 days since its date of issue.
• The marriage license fee is $20.00.