Must have one of the following for your Marriage License Application:
(Name on marriage license will appear exactly as it is on the ID you provide)
If you have a Social Security Number, you are required to provide it. If the bride or groom does not have a Social Security Number (they are from another county, or they are in the process of obtaining U.S citizenship) they are not required to have one to get married. If you don't have a Social Security Number, you are required to fill out an affidavit concerning a Social Security Number.
(Baptismal certificates, and Mexican Consular IDs (Matricula Consular) are not acceptable for marriage license applications)
Marriage License is only valid for 35 days after issuance and may be used anywhere in Colorado.
If one of the parties can't be in our office to fill out the application and they are getting married in a civil or religious ceremony:
When one party is unable to attend the solemnization, the absent party may authorize a third party to act as proxy.
An Authorization of Proxy form will need to be completed and signed in front of a notary public.
You must be 18 years of age or older to marry in the state of Colorado. If you are under the age of 18: