FAQ for South Carolina Couples Who Wish to Apply for a Marriage License

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Couples in South Carolina have been waiting a long time to marry and, based on the actions of state officials, have been forced to wait longer than couples who live in the other states in the Fourth Circuit. Because we know that these changes can be confusing, it is likely many families will have questions about what it all means. This FAQ will provide some clarification for South Carolina residents who are ready to marry.