Updated: Mar 19
Thanks to Executive Order 220.20, couples throughout New York can now be legally married online via zoom or any audio-video medium. Click here for an online officiant who can make your marriage official. Whether you want a virtual wedding ceremony or simply a quick marriage license signing, NY & NJ officiant John Wendel can help you get married virtually. I am NYC-Registered which is required of all NYC officiants. Online weddings can be performed through Zoom, Skype, Facetime or any other virtual means. This is great news for those who are seeking to be married online during the Covid19 pandemic. New York City and all NY State residents wishing to be married online must first obtain their marriage license through the City Clerk (NYC) or their Town Clerk (all other counties). Some Clerks are now offering that service remotely. 24 hours after getting their license (the mandatory waiting period in NY), engaged couples may have their virtual officiant perform a remote wedding ceremony as long as all parties are physically inside New York State. For more information on getting married online in NY, contact one of the top rated online officiants by clicking here
A zoom wedding or zoom marriage license signing may be the best option for you but call now to discuss your options! Hey, what about NJ? Yes, you can also get legally married online in NJ. If you want a zoom wedding or simple virtual marriage license signing in NJ, we can help! Appointments are available 7 days a week. NJ officiant John Wendel can perform your virtual marriage or connect you with another officiant in the area. Call to discuss 845-583-1103
Let's all hope that many happy couples will be able to use this service in order to get married online. And let's all hope that, soon enough, nobody will have to!
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