Can you get married the same day you get your marriage license in Illinois?

After applying for an Illinois marriage license at the county clerk’s office where the wedding is taking place, it will be issued to you immediately. There are no waiting periods and the license is valid for up to 60 days and takes effect the day after it was issued.

How long do you have to wait after getting a marriage license in Illinois?

The marriage license is valid for 60 days, and is valid only in the county in which it was issued, which means that your marriage ceremony must take place within that county. There is a one-day waiting period before the license becomes effective.

How do I get my marriage certificate in Illinois?

Requesting a standard marriage certificate

  1. In Person. Visit us in person at one of the Clerk’s six locations.
  2. Online. Order Online – A $12.45 processing fee is charged by VitalChek. All major credit cards are accepted.
  3. By Phone. Call Toll-Free: (866) 252-8974.
  4. Write us. Mail your request to:
  5. Go to a local Currency Exchange.

How much does it cost to get married at the courthouse in Illinois?

The marriage license fee is $60. Applicants who have divorced must provide the date the divorce was finalized upon applying for a marriage license. Applicants who have divorced within the last six months must provide a certified copy of their divorce decree.

Are witnesses required for marriage in Illinois?

Illinois: Witnesses are not required by Illinois law. Witnesses must be age 18 or older. Kentucky: Kentucky law require two (2) persons other than those being married and the person solemnizing the marriage must be present as witnesses.

Do I need witnesses to get married in Illinois?

How much is a marriage certificate in Illinois?

Appear together at one of the Clerk’s six Vital Records locations. Present valid identification with proof of age. Fill out and sign the marriage license application. Pay the marriage license fee of $60.

Do you need a witness to get married in Illinois?

Do you need a blood test to get married in Illinois?

Illinois doesn’t require a blood test or a physical. The law requires that the county clerk must provide a free health information pamphlet to the applicants of the marriage license; the pamphlet contains information on sexually transmitted infections and inherited metabolic diseases.