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Can I Travel Out Of State To Perform A Wedding?

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I am a Florida Notary. What would I need to do to be able to perform a wedding in Georgia?E.C., Florida

A Florida Notary may perform marriage ceremonies, but only for couples  within the boundaries of the state of Florida.

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Courtney Young

02 Mar 2020

I am a Notary in the State of Alabama. May I perform wedding ceremonies?

National Notary Association

04 Mar 2020

Hello. Alabama Notaries are not authorized to officiate marriages as part of their official duties.

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