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Miami-Dade County Marriage Records

The keeping of public and official records, an example of which would be Miami-Dade County Marriage Records, is something that is mandated by the law. This is because public and official records are often the best way to prove the existence of something and marriage is something that would sometimes have to be proven because of the fact that a valid marriage would attach rights and obligations to a person in addition to the fact that a valid marriage would change the status of a person, a change that would follow the person no matter where he or she may go in his life. It is for this reason that a person who is married on one state cou class=”search_headline”ld not actually get married in another without the first marriage first being dissolved.

Marriage Records Miami-Dade County may be used at a number of proceedings, at both the public and private sphere. At the public sphere, these records, being the best evidence to prove the existence of the marriage, are used in proceedings where the application of family law is paramount. An example of such a case would be adoption proceedings. In the private sphere, these records may be used when claiming for social security or pension benefits, especially if it is the spouse who is claiming the benefit on account of the inability of the person who is actually entitled to the benefit.

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It is thus important to know where copies of Miami-Dade County Marriage License Records may be found. The first source of copies of marriage records would be at the local level through the office of the clerk of courts. At this level, the procedure that is being followed requires the person who wishes to obtain a copy of the record to first go to the actual location of the office and make the request there. While this may mean that the person who wishes to obtain the record would first have to go to the office and make the request there, note that the record would, more often than not, be made available at the same day.

Another source of Florida Marriage License Records would be at the state level, and this would be through the Office of Vital Records of the Florida Department of Health. At this level, the procedure that is being followed is requesting through mail. This means that the person who would want to request the record would first have to download the relevant form from the website of the department and accomplish the same. Once the order form is accomplished, the next step would be to send the application form to the office for processing. Note that the application form should be accompanied by a money order or check that would be required to answer for the required fee which is five dollars for the first record that would be requested, plus an additional four dollars for every additional copy of the record that would be requested for at the same time.

It is also possible to search for records, and not just marriage records, online through the use of online databases. These online databases are based on the internet, which means that they could provide their information faster and more efficiently than ordinary sources, and because they are internet based, they could be used from just about anywhere where there is a substantial internet connection.

Marriage Records Miami-Dade County
The procedure that is being followed at the state or national level is given below

  • Download the relevant application form from the website of the Office of Vital Records
  • Accomplish the application form.
  • Make a money order or check to answer for the required fee.
  • Send the completed application form together with the money order or check to the office for processing.
  • Wait between four to six weeks for the record to be delivered to you

Miami-Dade County Marriage License Records

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