A state-issued marriage license is required to be married in Florida. Licenses are good for 60 days. The marriage license must be returned to the clerk's office for recording within 10 days after the marriage is performed.
In Nassau County FL, licenses are issued by the Nassau County FL Clerk of Courts [#listing] office. See Need to Know  for locations and phone numbers
Applying for a marriage license normally takes no more than 30 minutes and licenses are issued immediately.
A single man and woman, 18 or older, must come into the Clerk's office together. U.S. citizens must provide a driver’s license and a Social Security number (not card, just number). Non-U.S. citizens may submit a naturalization number, immigration number or passport number.
If either party has been widowed or divorced, they must know the month/day/year that the marriage ended. If either party has divorced within the last 30 days, they need to bring a certified copy of the final divorce decree with them when they apply for a marriage license.
Marriage course or three-day wait for Florida residents only (does not apply to non-residents)
All regularly ordained ministers of the gospel or elders in communion with some church, or other ordained clergy, and all judicial officers, including retired judicial officers, clerks of the circuit courts and notaries public of Florida, may solemnize marriage ceremonies.
Any marriage which may be had and solemnized among the people called “Quakers” or “Friends,” in the manner and form used or practiced in their societies, according to their rites and ceremonies, shall be good and valid in law.
For more information on obtaining marriage licenses, including fees, and officiants, contact the Nassau County Clerk of the Court at (904) 548-4600 or (800) 958-3496 or visit www.nassauclerk.org.