It would be helpful if you divorced that person you married in the foreign country because your new marriage would not be legal in the event you should die, your new wife would not be entitled to your estate (if you have one). Legal marriages performed outside the US are generally recognized as legal. However, the US has no jurisdiction over domestic issues in other countries. That being the case, if the person has the documentation required by the state in which they wish to marry and is permitted to marry then said marriage would be legal within the US regardless of the person's marital status outside of US jurisdiction. Please be advised, all US states reserve the right to refuse an application for a marriage license.
Yes, because you have legal documentation to prove it. But if it was vice versa and you got married in Albania, with a traditional wedding. Then you may have a posibility that you are not legally married.
Yes. If you were legally married in a foreign country, then you are legally married in Maryland, including same-sex couples.
No! You are not legally married. The priest or marriage officiant must file the license or certificate to with the clerk of courts in the state you were married in.
Be more specific. Which country do you live in? Try again.
Yes. If you are legally married in the other country, the US considers you legally married here.
If you legally married her, yes.If you legally married her, yes.If you legally married her, yes.If you legally married her, yes.
You can't. Marriage is a legally-binding event which requires you to sign legal documentation. This is not possible over the internet.
yes you are legally married.
If the marriage is legal in the other country, they are married everywhere in the world.
Ages at which you can legally get married vary from country to country. In Great Britain you can get married at 16 with your parents consent and at 18 whether they consent or not.
Yes, but be sure you can producet the proper documentation to prove it.
Of course not! You can only be married to one person at a time anywhere in the world.
i married in 2005 to an illegal with no valid id only a legal birth certificate from his country! am i legally maried to him here in the US?
Foreigners can get married in India but they need to meet a minimum 30 days residence requirement to be able to get legally married. Rajasthan and Goa are two of the most popular wedding locations for foreign visitors.
if your spouse was married already when u got married, your marriage is not legal, no matter where you are
If he was free to marry and you married him legally then you are married.If he was free to marry and you married him legally then you are married.If he was free to marry and you married him legally then you are married.If he was free to marry and you married him legally then you are married.
Yes. If you were married legally in SC then anywhere you go you are married legally.
Not legally! If they lie on the marriage license application, they would be guilty of perjury as well as bigamy.
In general, marriages which are legally performed and valid abroad are also legally valid in the United States. The embassy or tourist information bureau of the country in which the marriage will happen is the best source of information about marriage in that country. That being said, you still need to get a U.S. marriage license
I don't think so.