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Yes. Alabama has no residency restrictions whatsoever. However, as of May 18, 2022, the law specifies that ONLY Notaries Public of Alabama may notarize Alabama Marriage Certificates. This means the Alabama Marriage Certificate can only be validated within the borders of the State of Alabama.
No. In August of 2019, the State of Alabama radically changed its laws and practices with regard to marriage. Alabama does not issues marriage licenses anymore and the courthouse will not fill out or notarize your marriage certificate. Even so, your certificate must be recorded with the Probate Judge for your marriage to be legal. With our complete package, we can do that for you as the only marriage department in Baldwin County is in Bay Minette and well over an hour drive one way from Gulf Shores.
We will be happy to help. The fee would be $140 ($10 discount).
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Yes. Alabama marriage certificates are legally recognized as valid in every state and most countries. Of course, this depends on any specific country's laws. I would double check with the laws of countries other than the U.S.A.)
No. Alabama does not require nor record the date of a wedding ceremony.
No. Witnesses are not required, however an Alabama Notary Public must notarize your Alabama Marriage Certificate on the day of your marriage.
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