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No, an Idaho State Marriage License is only valid for ceremonies performed in Idaho.
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No, however, with an Idaho state Marriage License, you must get married in Idaho.
No, you may get married the same day.
There is no expiration date on the license. If not returned within a year, please contact Vital Statistics at 208-334-5980.
No, an authorized clergy member, judge, or other designated official must perform the ceremony.
No, you must present a certified copy of the Marriage License to both the Social Security Office and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
A Judge, Mayor or Minister can perform the ceremony.
Judge Eames will perform marriages. You must make your own appointment with Judge Eames by calling 208-414-2232.