Requirements to get a marriage license: Iowa State

The rules and regulations to get a marriage license are bit different in Iowa State. They are:

The applicants should apply in person with their would-be spouse to get a marriage license. Exceptions can be given depending on the situations.
In Iowa State, the County Recorders’ office issues the marriage license.
Both male and female applicants should be 18 years old to get a marriage license even if their parents or guardians provide parental approval in person. In some rare conditions, parental approval can be accepted which they have not given in person.
The applicants should bring a witness with them when applying for a marriage license. That witness should have known both the applicants for at least 3 years. In addition, that witness must possess a valid ID.
The Proof of Dissolution must be submitted before the authority if one of the applicants has been married before.
There is no need for medical examination.
The applicants should wait for minimum 3 days to get a marriage license.
The unsigned license is valid for an unlimited period throughout the state.
The applicants should have to pay $30.00 as a fee to get a marriage license.

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