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In which state are you planning to marry?
Thank you for the additional information.
Kansas law requires at least one party to the intended marriage be present to take out the license. If you have 2 weeks leave, that is plenty of time to take out the license. Then there is a 3 day waiting period, after which you are free to marry.
You can contact the clerk of the court to make an appointment with a judge to officiate.
Ten days is plenty of time to get the license, fulfill a 3 day waiting period and have a judge perform the ceremony. You sould not have any time constraint, as a judge will be available on a daily basis to officiate.
No. At least one of you must be present on person.