Military double proxy marriage benefits
WeddingProxy has built a secure application process that allows us to utilize up-to-date technology to speed up the online wedding service. As well, if both parties have their application information ready (most do), and we start the process anywhere from 9am -2pm, we can have you married within hours. Our best time is just a little over 2 hours (we're waiting on the testimonial).
*How long does a proxy marriage take depends on whether or not the one of the parties needs an Apostille certificate, and also time of day. If we start in the morning, your officiant can have your marriage certificate emailed and mailed that day.
Yes. Although, a non-citizen will need to find a notary in their local area. Once the notary is finished , we can begin the application process which takes roughly 15-20 minutes to complete.
Once the marriage certificate is officially signed by our court clerk, we will email you a copy. The original paper copy will be mailed to your address chosen on the application.
Yes! WeddingProxy has made sure the service is affordable. We've gone ahead and discounted the service as our way of saying thank you for you service!
The pros of double proxy marriage is that you can be married anywhere in the world, within hours and start to enjoy the benefits military life has to offer. You can still have your big wedding once you're together again. The Cons are that you're apart from your new spouse, but, it won't be long until you're together.
Medical, dental and vision benefits begin right away for the spouse and children of the military couple.
You’ll be eligible to receive (BAH) Basic Housing Allowance which offsets the cost of housing, that is, if there is no government provided housing. The BAH is dependent on the location, pay grade (rank of the spouse) and dependents. The cost of BAH is determined by average rental costs in the area where you or your spouse is stationed.
Use this handy Basic Housing Allowance calculator to determine your BAH rate
Spouses of active duty military and retired military veterans are eligible for Veterans Administration (VA) Home Loans. Y
Up to $100,000 of coverage is afforded to the spouse of an active duty military member.
Among other programs, an non-enlisted spouse and their children can stay in government housing for one year or, alternatively, move to a private residence and receive one year of basic housing allowance.
- Notary service
- Power of Attorney
- Contract law
- Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES)
- Navy Exchanges (NEX)
- Coast Guard Exchange (CGX)
- Marine Corps Exchanges (MCX)
- Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA).
The commissary is a tax free store located on almost all bases. Savings can be upwards of 30% for most items.