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Marrying spouse again to get an apostille-able certificate?

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For any of you married in non-Hague countries, I'm sure you can relate to the authentication process being a pain. I am a dual citizen and move abroad for work sometimes and plan on doing so again throughout my life - I want a new marriage certificate. My Thai one can't be apostilled and the original can't even be authenticated by the Thai MFA unless I go to Thailand (neither my wife nor I are Thai).

 

In addition, our certificates are non-replaceable so just generally a nightmare vital record to have to deal with.

 

The problem is every place wants to say you are single to get a marriage license. Has anyone successfully got a new marriage certificate outside their original country?

 

edit: most places I have seen require you are currently unmarried. However it looks like in DC they only ask about "former marriages" on the paper app? Maybe this would work https://www.dccourts.gov/sites/default/files/divisionspdfs/committee on admissions pdf/Marriage-License-Application.pdf. The online form asks 'were you previously married?' which is a different question and one I would like to avoid!

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