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It has so far not been pointed out that at least in some countries you can not get married (or give notice of a marriage) if you do not have a certain special "marriage visa." This depends on the regulations of the country where you would want to marry (and you and your significant other's citizenships) so a general answer is out of scope but a prime ...


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If you are a citizen of country A, and travel to country B, it would be up to country B whether they marry you or not, and up to country A (and any other country in the world) whether they recognise the marriage or not. I would first enquire with your local registry office (even if it isn't the one that you are a citizen of) - in many places, they will be ...


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The same-sex part of your situation is irrelevant in the US. The issue for you will be, if the plan is you enter the US on a tourist visa, marry, then apply to change your visa status on the grounds you are married to an US citizen. If you do that, ICE will suspect you of visa fraud -- and they will likely be right. If you want to come to the US to get ...



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