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post #1 of 8 Old 11-02-2012, 01:02 PM Thread Starter
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Marriage in another country

So, it actually surprises me to say this but im getting ready to pull the trigger, I have not asked her yet (she wants to, its not like im literally asking) we are both okay with a small ceremony. She is actually fine with a courthouse wedding haha. Anyway I think were just going to travel somewhere nice and have just a real small thing and sorta combine it into the honey moon/vaca. Now my question is would it be too complicated to actually get married in another country? Ive heard marriage licences are a PITA over seas. Or should we just get the license done here before we leave and still have the ceremony like it was being done there??

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I would think it depends on where you're thinking of going. Maybe try and pick a place, then contact someone there who performs marriage ceremonies and ask them how to proceed.

By the way, congrats.
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For sure, just wanted to kinda throw it out there see if anyone has had experience.

Speaking of experience see your a retired CWO3, what rate were you? Im currently a SN out here on Coast Guard Island, Alameda.

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I do actually, grew up in Ohio, big difference. Needed the change. See you got the Arctic Service ribbon, I actually got mine a few weeks ago, Im proud to say that I am honorary Blue Nose Polar Bear!

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You should get your marriage licence in the states then go have a ceremony somewhere. My wife and I got married in France after only being together for 5 months sounds crazy but when you know you know I guess but we did everything in france and it was just an unnecessary hassle when we got back. Know when your popping the big question? But congratulations man and good luck!
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Got married legally in Jamaica 2004, it was a lot of paper work ahead of time to get it all done...got divorced in 08. Just got married Oct 6th (to a different girl lol) in Mexico, but this time I did it different. We went to the courthouse a week before we left (no one knew, we had 25 people go with us) and got legally married there, then had a nice ceremony in Mexico.

Bottom line, my advice is to do it here, and have a nice ceremony wherever your destination is.

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