Please call (914) 864-0014
1. When are you getting married? A marriage license is valid for 60 calendar days, beginning the day after it is issued. Additionally, although the marriage license is issued immediately, the marriage ceremony may not take place within 24 hours from the exact time that the license was issued. The valid time-frame in which you are eligible to get married is reflected on the license.
2. Were either party previously married? If either of the applicants has been previously married, a certified copy of the decree of divorce, dissolution of marriage, or death certificate is required. If there have been multiple previous marriages, this applies for EACH marriage. Photocopies will NOT be accepted.
NOTE: All documents must be in English. If they are not, the original document must be accompanied by a certified translation.
3. Identification requirements.
a. A person is required to establish proof of age and identity
by submitting one of the following age related documents:
i. Birth Certificate (must be certified original, photocopies
are not accepted); or
ii. Baptismal record; or
iii. Naturalization record; or
iv. Census record
(Note: All documents must be in English.
If they are not the original document must be
accompanied by a certified translation).
b. And one of the following identity related documents.
i. Driver's License; or
ii. Passport; or
iii. Employment picture ID; or
iv. Immigration record.
4. License Fee. The fee to obtain a marriage license is $40 cash or check. Checks may be made payable to "Village of Mount Kisco".
5. Appointment. The Village/town of Mount Kisco requires individuals to make an appointment to come in for a marriage license. Both parties must be present in order to obtain a marriage license. You may call (914) 864-0000 to schedule an appointment.
If either applicant is under 14 years of age, a marriage license cannot be issued
If either applicant is 14 or 15 years of age, such applicant(s) must present the written consent of both parents and a Justice of the Supreme Court or a Judge of the Family Court having jurisdiction over the town in which the application is made.
If either applicant is 16 or 17 years of age, such applicant(s) must present the written consent of both parents
If both applicants are 18 years or older, no consents are required.
One parent alone may consent to a minor’s marriage if:
-The other parent has been missing for one year preceding
-The parents are divorced and the consenting parent
was given sole custody of the child when the divorce
decree was awarded.