How Do You Get Married In New Mexico?
• Secure a marriage license in the state of New Mexico. • Visit the county probate court or circuit court in your area. • There is currently no residency requirement in the state of New Mexico, and your marriage license should be good throughout the entire state. • You must be 18 years of age or older to get a marriage license in New Mexico. If you are not, you will need a parent’s consent. Those 16 years of age or younger will also require a court order to be able to be married. • There are no blood tests or physical exams for marriage licenses in New Mexico, and they do not expire. • If you were previously married or your spouse died, be prepared to provide either the divorce or the death date at the time of your application. • New Mexico does not allow cousins to marry nor do they allow same sex couples to marry. • Find your New Mexico ceremony location. • Look for ceremony sites at http://www.newmexicoweddingexperts.com/new-mexico-wedding-experts.php?category=Ceremony Venues. • Tak