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- How do I get a copy of my marriage license or license application?
- Has my Marriage Certificate been recorded?
- Can I come to the Recorder's Office and immediately receive a copy of my Marriage Certificate?
- Is expediting a Marriage Certificate an option?
- How long does it take for me to receive the marriage certificate copy?
- What is the process for correcting typographical errors on a Marriage Certificate?
- How do I get a copy of my marriage certificate?
- What is the difference between a marriage license and certificate?
- Will a copy of my marriage certificate be automatically mailed to me after it’s recorded?
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What is the process for correcting typographical errors on a Marriage Certificate?
In order to correct a spelling, typographical, or other error (NOT a name change) on a marriage certificate, an Affidavit for Correction of a Marriage Certificate must be recorded.
The Recorder's Office provides instructions for submitting an Affidavit for Correction of a Marriage Certificate.