Alberta Marriage Licence

We issue Alberta Marriage Licences

Are you:

  1. Getting married within the next 3 months
  2. Getting married in Alberta

You will Need:

  • a couple must apply together for their marriage licence – some exceptions may apply, check with a registry agent for details
  • the couple getting married must each supply government issued photo ID
  • a couple cannot be under the influence of a drug or alcohol when applying
  • there’s no time period that must pass between the date a couple arrives in Alberta and the date a licence is issued
  • there are no residency requirements
  • there are no citizenship requirements
  • blood tests are not required
  • banns, which are postings or announcements in a church, aren’t acceptable in place of a marriage licence
  • in Alberta a person cannot marry his/her grandparent, parent, child, sibling or grandchild that is related by whole blood, half blood or adoption
  • the couple getting married must supply their full names, birth dates, and physical addresses
  • the couple getting married must swear/affirm one or more affidavits
  • the couple getting married must provide their parents’ birth places and full names (including mother’s maiden name)
  • when either person getting married is hearing, speech or visually impaired, additional requirements may apply – check with a registry agent for details
  • When either person getting married is cognitively impaired and has a court ordered guardian appointed, additional requirements apply – check with a registry agent for details
  • When either person has been previously married, divorce documents must be provided

Fees – $ 71.50