No, you get a marriage license in the state you wish to get married in. If you are from Georgia, and you travel to Florida to get married, you will need to get a Florida license.
You can marry at 16 in Florida with parental consent.
To be married in Florida, you just need a marry licence.
Can a 16 get married to a 18?
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Notaries can only marry people in Florida, South Carolina, and Maine.
If you mean, "Can a Florida notary perform a marriage ceremony for their sibling?", then yes.
What state you marry in will have no bearing on his immigration case.
Yes. See the Florida Governor's Reference Manual for Notaries at www.flgov.com/notary_ref_manual.
Yes, you can get married at 18 in Florida. You are considered an adult and may apply for a license.
Yes, if they are man and woman.
Yes, if they have a valid marriage license issued by a Florida clerk of circuit court.
No. Florida does not recognize same sex marriage. See the related question below for a list of states that do.
Florida does not recognize common law marriage. As such, there is not much you can do if he wants to marry someone else.
No. Florida notaries have no authority outside the State of Florida. This is basic notary law and I hope that you are not a notary yourself asking such a question. See the Florida Governor's Reference Manual for Notaries at www.flgov.com/notary_ref_manual.
Yes she can.
By getting parental consent.
You're a bit strange would be the simplest way of putting it. But there are no laws about dating. There are laws about sexual contact. And this could be illegal in a number of states and countries.
Only with parental permission.