Who can perform a marriage ceremony?
a. An ordained member of the clergy.
b. An authorized representative of a federally recognized Indian nation, tribe or pueblo may solemnize the contract of marriage without regard to sect or rites and customs the person may practice.
c. Active or retired judges, justices and magistrates of any of the courts established by the constitution of New Mexico, United States constitution, laws of the state or laws of the United States are civil magistrates having authority to solemnize contracts of marriage. Civil magistrates solemnizing contracts of marriage shall charge no fee therefor.

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1. Who can perform a marriage ceremony?
2. How many witnesses do I need for the ceremony?
3. Where do I get married?
4. If I don’t record the license after the ceremony is the marriage legal?
5. How long before the wedding should I get the license?
6. What do I need to change my Driver's License or Social Security Card?
7. Where can I get my license?
8. If we don't use our Marriage License immediatley does it expire?