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Getting Married with a K-1 Visa

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I was wondering, I live in Washington state right now and we plan to live here but just to have the wedding ceremony would there be nay problem ( like with the state I put on the petition or where our marriage license is) to get married in California? Thanks for the help in advance :)


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Should not be a problem.

You may want to call the County or City Clerks office to find out exactly what you need to bring. Some places may require an appointment.

California requires a picture id such as Drivers License or other valid identification. Some counties recommend bringing certified copies of your birth certificates.

You do not have to be a resident of California to apply for a marriage license there.

Information you need to know before you start filling out the marriage license application:

•Where each of your parents were born (city and state)

•The names of your parents including your mother’s maiden name


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