We both have DUI's, we actually met in DUI class. So she has to take buses to various locations for her work depending on the day. She works for a bank and goes to different branches. She actually moved to downtown L.A. specifically for that reason, to be centrally located to subways and her work locations.
I live in Hollywood. We planned to move together in the next few months. We never really considered doing that until after the marriage...
which reminds me, I guess having her DUI class info as proof we met in that class would also help.
no, I thought the process was to get the license first, then have the ceremony (in court) - but we want to have a real marriage with all family members, etc, at a later date, maybe February, not sure if that will fly with immigration but it's not easy to plan a wedding and get everyone invited so quickly. We want it to be good. We're just doing the court ceremony now..
or is all we need a license? I understand we have 90 days for ceremony after getting the license, but I thought it would be best to have license and court ceremony before i go see the judge on the 27th.
I guess the question was, does the addresses I list on the marriage application matter? Can it be separate addresses.
I think there's a misunderstanding. I was talking about the actual application for a marriage license in the state of California..... It's just for the marriage certificate. I was not referring to any INS application. I ask because they will look at the marriage certificate and will separate addresses at this point, as we apply for the certificate, matter.
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