The applicant does not have to be a resident of Utah. The applicant will need to show at least one form of identification like a driver’s license, birth certificate, or passport. The applicant will also need to provide the Social Security numbers. The applicant needs to know the names, birthplaces, and maiden names of the parents.
If previously married, the date of divorce or date of spouse’s death must be supplied.
There is no Covenant Marriage. Utah does not have a waiting period. It will cost the applicant approximately $45 – $50 – cash only in some counties – to get married in Utah. No other tests are required in Utah.
First cousins who are 65 years of age or older can marry without consent. First cousins who are 55 years of age or older will need to provide to the district court that they are incapable of reproduction before receiving consent to marry. Same Sex Marriages are allowed.
If the applicant are 16 or 17 years of age, the applicant will need to have the parents with the applicant to sign the consent form. If the applicant are under 14 years of age, the applicant cannot get married in Utah.
Any ordained ministers who are at least 18 years of age, Native American spiritual advisors, the Governor, mayors, justices of the peace, judges or commissioners, county clerks, president of the Senate, speaker of the House of Representatives, retired judges or magistrates, U.S. judges or magistrates may perform weddings.
License if valid for 30 days.