Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Get Married Online?


How to get married online.


The Legals

  • Are LoveLife weddings legal?

    Yes! All weddings are 100% legal according to US law. 

    You will receive a valid marriage certificate registered in the US.

  • Do I need to sign any legal documents?

    No! Since everything is done online, you will only need to sign the marriage license digitally when you apply for it.

  • What documents are required to get married through LoveLife?

    A virtual online wedding requires the following documents:

    • Valid marriage license you obtain online
    • Government-issued ID
    • If divorced within 60 days, the divorce decree that shows you are officially divorced
  • Can we use this marriage for immigration purposes?

    Yes! This is a 100% legal marriage and if you follow your country's laws for immigration, you can use the marriage certificate for this process.

    This information is deemed general. LoveLife cannot and does not provide legal advice in the areas of immigration or international marriage law. While the ceremony is performed according to Utah law, their acceptance by foreign governments or immigration officials is beyond our control. It is best to contact the officials in your jurisdiction or an immigration or family law attorney to determine the legal status of the marriage certificate and any additional steps or documents you may need for recognition.                     

  • Do I need an apostille?

    Depends. If you are using the marriage certificate for immigration or dual citizenship, then yes. 

    If not, then no, unless your country requires it to recognize the marriage certificate.

  • Will my country recognize the marriage?

    Yes! This is a legal marriage registered in the US. As long as you follow your country's laws in how they recognize foreign weddings, it will be recognized.

  • Will my state recognize the marriage?

    Yes! Since you will receive a legal US marriage certificate, all states will recognize it. 



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