Before you can get married in Las Vegas, you'll need to obtain a marriage license. Our website provides all the information you need to know about getting a Las Vegas marriage license, including requirements, fees, and where to apply. We also offer helpful tips to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible. Whether you're planning a traditional wedding or a spur-of-the-moment elopement, our website can help you navigate the process of obtaining a Las Vegas marriage license.
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* Please note, if you receive a call after your ceremony by anyone soliciting the sale of your Certified Copy Marriage Certificate, be aware this it is not the Clark County office. It is ONLY $15 per certified copy. Outside companies will try to sell you copies at a higher rate, just hang up on them if they should solicit you.
The fee for a Marriage License is $102, The County Clerk's Office accepts cash, travelers’ checks, or money orders.
The Las Vegas Marriage License Bureau Office is located at:
201 E Clark Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89155
8:00a.m. - Midnight, 7 days a week/365 days a year - including holidays
Obtaining a Marriage License is very easy in Las Vegas. NO BLOOD TEST! NO WAITING PERIOD!
You must Obtain the marriage license HERE in Las Vegas. It can be the same day as the Wedding.
Go After 10pm, You will have Your Las Vegas Marriage License in hand in about 15 minutes.
Just show a passport or driver license, fill out a single page application, pay the clerk $102 and you will be handed a Las Vegas marriage license.
Bring it with you, the officiant will sign it and hand your copy to you after your Las Vegas Wedding Ceremony. The officiant will then file the papers with the courts.
You will be legally married world wide.
The officiant performing your marriage ceremony has, by law, ten (10) calendar days from the date of the ceremony to file the Marriage Certificate. Once filed, you can order a certified Marriage Certificate (legal proof of marriage) online
Click Here to fill out Pre-Application
Click Here to order Certified Las Vegas Marriage License
The Office of Secretary of State provides Authentication of Signatures, also known as Apostilles or Certifications of any document to be presented to a governing body of a foreign country.
Nevada adopted the Model Apostille Certificate of the Hague Conference on Private International Law.
The Nevada Apostille is modeled on the trilingual model certificate published by the Hague Conference and is processed according to the national Uniform Apostille Standards.