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If you're getting married in the state of New Mexico you must first apply for a wedding license at any in-state county clerk office. No, you can get married immediately after your marriage license is issued.
These offices, some of which are referred to as the "marriage license bureau," are usually located in the county probate court or circuit court. Your marriage license will never expire once it's been issued.
This document outlines the requirements you must adhere to in order to get a valid marriage license that can be used statewide. This scenario wouldn't apply to you because, as stated above, your license will not expire once it's been issued to you.
You do not have to be a previous or current resident of New Mexico to obtain a marriage license that will be valid statewide. You will receive your marriage license immediately after you submit your application.
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