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That is not correct
. Someone who has a criminal record and/is on probation may still be married. There is no restriction on marriage due to criminal record. Someone may get married provided they have a lawful ID (US or not). So if they have a valid ID, then they can be issued a marriage license. If their identifying documents are printed in a language other than English, they would need to hire a notary to type a certified translation.
In addition, one's immigration
status does not
prevent one from being married in Georgia, out of status or not.
As such, you can get married.
However, if he is on probation, he would have to check with his PO (probation officer) to make sure that there is no restriction in his probation for cohabitation, etc. There should generally not be.
I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.
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