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Is it illegal to not file your marriage license?

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You are not legally married without doing so. That could cause problems later on.

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You do have to file your marriage license in court to be legally married. Failing to file can cause the marriage to become invalid.


If the marriage certificate was not issued by the state, no. You have to file for a license and execute the license.


No, both people must be present when filing for the marriage license.


You don't file a marriage license. You show your license to the person who officiated at the wedding.He then gives you a marriage certificate and you file that. If you haven't done it, go down to the county clerk where you got the license and ask how to file it. You may have to pay a late fee. Your marriage is still valid.


No! You would have to lie on the marriage license application and that would make it invalid.


A license does not mean one got married. You can file for divorce at your current state of residence.


The State of Texas does not have a residency requirement for marriage. Applicants for a marriage license must present identification to the satisfaction of the clerk issuing the license. That identification can be a foreign passport.


Status of immigration is normally not a factor. You simply apply for the license at the court house.


If you are an illegal immigrant that is seeking for a marriage license... 1. Find someone you wanna share your life with 2. Go to city hall and get your marriage license 3. Find a lawyer to help you apply for I-70 spouse visa 4. Become Green Card resident to US


I would not think so due to the situation of one being an "illegal" immigrant. Who signed the marriage license if there were no witnesses, and was the person who performed the ceremony legally licensed to do so.


You cannot obtain a marriage license unless he is legal. It would be best to focus on him obtaining citizenship so you can get married.


The marriage is not "official" and thereby not recognized by the state if a marriage license is not issued and duly signed by the pastor and witnesses ... in other words, yes, it would be illegal and in the eyes of the church, could constitute "living in sin!"


The license is still on file and valid. You can obtain a copy at the court house.


There is no requirement to do so. You many have to show a certificate of marriage from Bahamas to prove marriage.


great question and if you find the answer please let me know.


The license should be issued by the county were the ceremony is. That sounds like it will be California.


The requirements for a marriage are that you be of age in the state you are in and that you file for a marriage license. Sometimes it is required that you have a blood test as well. Then, you need to be married by a licensed officiant.


She would be lying on the marriage license application and that would invalidate it. People use aliases in order to carry on with some dishonest or illegal action.She would be lying on the marriage license application and that would invalidate it. People use aliases in order to carry on with some dishonest or illegal action.She would be lying on the marriage license application and that would invalidate it. People use aliases in order to carry on with some dishonest or illegal action.She would be lying on the marriage license application and that would invalidate it. People use aliases in order to carry on with some dishonest or illegal action.


You have to file the completed license with the clerk. They then will issue the Marriage Certificate.


Of course not. In order to get married in California, they would have to lie on their marriage license application which will invalidate the license and make the marriage illegal.


The license is legal if the application was filled out properly. However, the issuing of a license will not change the status of the husband, he remains in the country illegally.


You can't. Go back to your country and file for a green card



Being the license does not complete the process. You must have the ceremony performed with an authorized officiant and file the license with signatures with the clerk.


There is no requirement to do so. But you need to be able to show proof of marriage if asked.



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