Apply For A West Jordan Marriage License

How can the West Jordan marriage license be applied for?

Together, you and your spouse-to-be must go to the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office to successfully apply for your marriage license. Before you make the journey to the office, first make certain that you have acceptable identity verification. The identification that is regarded to be acceptable is: a passport, a driver’s license granted by the Department of Motor Vehicles or an I.D. card issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles, a military card, a passport or a birth certificate. If you would like to bring in a birth certificate for verification, ensure that you also have an acceptable photo I.D. to present as well. The Salt Lake County Clerk’s marriage license application is available online at the West Jordan Marriage License page. Although the  application is able to be accessed online, be aware that you still must print the application, complete it entirely and submit it in person and both you and your fiancé must sign it in person as well.

Additionally, make certain that the application (if you are using this method) is printed on white paper, it must also be the dimensions of 8 ½ by 11. There are certain extenuating circumstances that allow a marriage license to be applied for by mail, however, you will need to speak with the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office at (385) 468-7300 for details. Otherwise go to the office at:

Salt Lake County Clerk, Marriage License Division
2001 South State Street #S2200
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575

What details will be on the marriage license application in West Jordan?

Both of your names (maiden name of the bride), Social Security numbers, your birthdates and birthplaces, all of your parents’ names and birthplaces, ages, ethnicities, number of previous marriages, if there has been a divorce in the past 30 days it must be indicated with an attached copy of the divorce decree, where you plan to have your wedding, signatures and dates.

What fee should be expected for a West Jordan marriage license application?

The cost of the marriage license application in West Jordan is always $50. The only methods of payment that the Salt Lake County Clerk allow are via: Mastercard, Visa, cash or check. If there is a return payment from a check or a debit card, the charge is $25. Some couples choose to have their wedding ceremony conducted civilly, if this is the case for you, please understand there is an additional charge for this service. The cost for a civil marriage ceremony is $30 and must be made by appointment only. You can make this appointment by calling the Salt Lake County Clerk at telephone number (385) 468-7300. Fees are non-refundable.

How soon can the wedding happen after the marriage license is issued in West Jordan?

For Salt Lake County and residents of West Jordan, the marriage ceremony can occur as quickly as after you and your fiancé leave the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office.  Importantly, the marriage license will expire after precisely 30 days. If you do not have your marriage solemnized, meaning your marriage completed by that time, then you will need to reapply and pay the fee again. Go to the West Jordan Marriage License page for information about who is authorized to legally perform your marriage ceremony.

Who can be contacted for further assistance?

Please contact the Salt Lake County Clerk for more details and help regarding obtaining your marriage license at (385) 468-7300. You may also go in person for questions to the office:

Salt Lake County Clerk, Marriage License Division
2001 South State Street #S2200
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575

Lastly, please visit theWest Jordan Marriage License for details.


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