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Las Vegas Wedding Information
Las Vegas Wedding Information
Las Vegas is known as the 'Wedding Capital' of the world. There have been many famous marriages here. Elvis Presley, Brittany Spears and Michael Jordan for example. They are often referred to as 'quickie weddings' because the ease with which the matrimonial bonds may be set.

Before you go to the chapel, you must first make it official by visiting the Clark County Marriage License Bureau. This place is located downtown and the address is listed below:
Clark County Marriage License Bureau
200 South Third Street (First Floor)
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702)455-4415
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The Marriage License Bureau is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to Midnight. It is open 24 hours on weekends and holidays.

The fee was raised last year and is currently $55.00 and must be paid in cash.

Identification to verify the age of the couple. Any valid drivers license can be used. The Age requirement to marry in Nevada is simple. If you are 18 years or older, you do not need consent, but proof of age is required. If you are between 16-17 years of age, you'll need to have either parent (for each person between those ages) present when the license is issued Or, you may have a notarized affidavit signed by either parent (of each person between those ages). If you are below the age of 16, you must have parental consent and authorization from a Nevada District Court.

Both 'participants' must go to the courthouse in order to get the license.
One witness (NV requires two witnesses, and your officiate is considered one)

No blood tests are required. 

All licenses are valid for one year from the date of issue - IF you choose not to marry right away.

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