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Brenda S Hamilton is the Clerk of Circuit Court for the City of Roanoke and is authorized to perform marriages. Due to COVID-19 she is not performing wedding ceremonies at this time.
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You can apply for your marriage license by mail.
Both parties must be present to apply for a marriage license. You must both be at least 18 years of age and present valid government issued identification that is not expired (ie; passport, drivers license, id card). If an interpreter is needed you should bring one with you. Neither the bride or groom can interpret for the other. Your marriage license must be used within 60 days or returned to our office. The license must be returned to our office within five days after the marriage occurs. It can be used anywhere in the state of Virginia and your Officiant must have been approved to perform licenses by any circuit court in Virginia. The costs for the marriage license is $30.00 and we accept cash, MasterCard and Visa. There is a $2.00 convenience fee when a card is used for payment. Once you are married and the Officiant has returned the completed copies of the marriage license you can get certified copies. You may present these to employers, insurers, social security or the DMV. The certified copies are $2.50 each
The Circuit Court of the City of Roanoke accepts online payments for criminal and traffic fines and costs. You cannot make payments over the phone. Mail payments may be made by check or money order to the Roanoke City Circuit Court 315 Church Avenue SW, 3rd Floor Roanoke, VA 24016, payable to the Clerk of Circuit Court, and make reference to your case number(s).
In order to obtain a concealed handgun permit you must be 21 years of age or older, have a valid government-issued photo ID, be a resident of the City of Roanoke, and provide proof of competency with a handgun. Click Here
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Until further notice appointments are required for all probate matters.