Post # 1
My fiance comes home the end of the month for good until his next deployment and on his first block leave in February-March we want to do a courthouse wedding. Only problem is i can’t find any information on how to go about it. I found a few things but there different from a civilian marrying a civilian. I’ve tried looking it up under Google and haven’t come up with much. I found things for other states but not for Minnesota. Help please!!
Post # 3
The fact that he’s a soldier is negligible–you go, apply for a marriage license (together), then there’s a time frame you march yourselves down to the courthouse and do it in! that’s what varies from state to state. But just call up the courthouse and ask for details on how to do a quickie wedding. You may get a free copy of your license or discount for being military–we did!
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Post # 5
It doesn’t matter if he’s a soldier. Get a civilian license and appointment at the courthouse.
However, there are tons of forms you need to file on base. OK, not you, him. And you need to get a military dependent ID.
Good luck and congrats!
Post # 7
sorry about that first comment.
That’s the website that i had found also but i was talking to a girlfriend about it and she told me they had it done differently. They didn’t do a marriage license just called the Anoka Courthouse and went in to get married. She said it only cost them like $10 for a copy of their marriage certificate. They had just gotten married last December. This is why i’m so confused. I’ve been meaning to call but haven’t had the time, been busy packing and being a mommy.