You will be able to obtain a copy of marriage license in Arizona through the Clerk of the Superior Court’s Office, which maintains these records. This is the way to obtain the certified copy of marriage license in Arizona and all other sources can give you verification or unofficial copies, at best. The Office of Vital Records does not provide access to marriage records and you will work with your local county or contact the Clerk of the Superior Court directly to obtain your copy of marriage license in Arizona.
What locations can I use to get a copy of marriage license in AZ?
There are a number of offices across the state where requests for records can be filed accordingly. This includes two customer service centers in Phoenix as well as locations in Mesa and Surprise. You will find these service centers open on weekdays and if you cannot appear in person to request your documents, you will need to make your request via mail, which is a bit more complicated since you will not have a helpful representative to guide you through the process.
What information do I need to request a copy of marriage license in AZ?
You will need the following information when making any request for a copy of marriage license in AZ, either in person or by mail:
- Full legal name of the man and wife, including wife’s maiden name
- Year of the marriage
You might also include the marriage license number, though this is not mandatory. The marriage license number would be at the bottom of anyway valid copy of marriage license in AZ.
You are also required to have photo ID, as the marriage license is typically granted to close relations and the couple themselves, unless otherwise noted.
How do I order a copy of marriage license in AZ by mail?
You will need to have all of the above information required to obtain a copy of the birth certificate stated above and enclose a check or money order totaling $26.50. Cash is not accepted as payment for a copy of marriage license in AZ. You will also have to include a self-addressed and stamped business –sized envelope or enclose a separate check for $7 to cover the cost of shipping and handling. Check with the processing center before sending any requests to determine if the requirements to have a copy of marriage license in Arizona sent you have changed and also if you will need your request notarized or have to send in a copy of photo identification to get the copy of marriage license in Arizona.
Can I order a copy of marriage license in AZ online?
Though some states will use services such as VitalChek to process online requests, this is not available in the state for the copy of marriage license in Arizona. You will have to work with the Clerk of Court in the county or state to facilitate obtaining the copy of a copy of marriage license in Arizona.