Hays County is the second Texas county to utilize the remote marriage license system after Tarrant County, which launched a program in 2022.
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County commissioners on Tuesday granted a contract for $32,000 for software to allow remote marriage applications, giving County Clerk John Warren the opportunity to do something he has been waiting to do for years.
Tarrant County becomes the first in that state to use the technology since Texas lawmakers approved remote marriage licenses last year. Military members and others could save time and money with the digital system.
The GovOS Solution, recently approved by the Office of Court Administration in Texas, enables couples to apply for and receive their marriage license completely online.
The Austin company announced Tuesday that its tech has been approved by the state’s Office of Court Administration.
GovOS Remote Marriage License Issuance System Approved by the State of Texas Office of Court Administration
Texas counties that want to issue remote licenses can complete their certification process when using the GovOS Remote Marriage License Issuance System
In a move to help expand access to remote marriage license services, the State of Texas passed legislation in 2021 to allow county clerks to issue marriage licenses using online video conference technology.
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