You Have Online Wedding Questions, We Have Answers
THE ENTIRE ONLINE WEDDING PROCESS CAN TAKE AS LITTLE AS 4 HOURS!
If you were wondering about online weddings and if they are real, and available for proxy marriage; YES!
You won’t have to leave your house, apartment or barracks to get married online!
Our double wedding proxy service is completely online. You’ll sign all your forms electronically (and securely). Once the paperwork is complete (which takes less than 30 minutes), you’ll meet with our online notary to complete the Power of Attorney form so that our proxy marriage professionals can process your paperwork at our Clerk of Courts.
Once your marriage license is approved we immediately notify and congratulate you both! A 406 Proxy team member then emails you a copy of the certificate and posts the certificate in the mail to your address.
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Yes. When the marriage certificate is certified by the Clerk of Courts, you’re legally married and the certificate is honored by every state and all branches of military.
Of course! A Montana proxy marriage is simply a civil process handling the paperwork. You can still have the wedding of your dreams when you and your spouse are together again.
Getting started with our double wedding proxy service has been made simpler thanks to our enhanced, secure, electronic form system. But, if you still have questions please feel free to call us at 406.350.2663 or use the chat box below to chat with support staff.
Yes. A double proxy wedding is an option for same sex couples as of November 19, 2014. (See Rolando v. Fox, CV-14-40-GF-BMM)
A double proxy marriage can be completed faster using our streamlined, electronic system; therefore speeding up the process allowing you to get your marriage certificate in as little as 2 weeks.
Yes. The U.S. Immigration will accept your wedding certificate from Montana. For further questions about immigration and status for your soon to be spouse, please consult with the U.S. Immigration Service Policy Manual: Marriage and Marital Union for Naturalization
FAQ: MILITARY PROXY MARRIAGE
The court in Montana will need proof that you are indeed an active duty military member. You will also need your ID (drivers license) for the notary to confirm your identity and to witness you signing the marriage application.
Only US citizens can use our notary system. The person you're marrying will need to visit a notary in their home country, or where they are currently living, anyplace that offers notary services.
- Proof of Identity:
- Passport photo, or,
- Drivers License
- Proof of Active Duty Status:
- Copy of Orders
- Government Issued ID; or,
- Passport; or,
- Drivers License
FAQ: MONTANA RESIDENT PROXY MARRIAGE
No. As a Montana resident (with identification), you can be located anywhere in the world. Our double proxy marriage system handles all of your paperwork at the county court.
There are no residency requirements for getting married in Montana. But, if you wish to use a double proxy marriage service like Wedding Proxy, one of you will need to be a Montana resident or an active member of the military