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France just passed a law to allow two people of the same sex to marry but it seems difficult to come to France just for that. Generally speaking, in France, you can't choose where you marry, even as a French national living in the country. At least one of the future partners should either have his or her usual residence (domicile) in the town (commune) or ...
There is nothing to prevent non-residents to marry in Iowa. You just have to follow the three day waiting period after applying. I'm sure several other US states allow non-residents to marry as well. The question remains if your home country/state acknowledges the marriage. Iowa's gay-marriage law sparks tourism
Here are some of the options I could find out, there might be more: Argentina actually made a point of allowing foreigners to marry specifically when they are gay. Denmark does not seem to have any issues with foreigners getting married there. In Spain however you will have to wait some time for the approval, and better be in Madrid.
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