Marriage Licence Application
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General Information

  • Applying for a licence
    • An application form must be completed with both applicants information with original signatures (no electronic or scanned copies) and submitted with original identification to Clerks staff to obtain an Ontario marriage licence.
    • Two original forms of identification are required for each applicant.
    • At least one of the applicants must come in person to obtain the Marriage Licence, by appointment.
    • Bring the signed and completed application along with identification and required documents for both applicants.

    Please remember that original copies of identification for both applicants must be presented in order to obtain the marriage licence.
  • Minors
    • Applicants 16 or 17 years of age require parental consent. A form (Form 6) must be completed and signed by both parents/guardians.
    • Contact our office for further information by calling 311 or 905-615-4311 (outside City limits).
  • Interpreters
    • If you do not understand English or French, you must bring an interpreter. The interpreter will be required to provide appropriate identification and complete a declaration.
  • Licence Fee
    • $165.00 - subject to change without notice. Payable by debit, Visa, Master Card or American Express ONLY. NOTE: Cash payments are currently not being accepted.
  • Expiry date
    • An Ontario marriage licence is valid for use anywhere in Ontario for a period of three months from the date of issue
    • There is no waiting period in the province of Ontario to be married once the licence is issued.
    • There is no refund for lost, damaged or expired licences.
  • Location & hours

    Office of the City Clerk, Civic Centre
    City of Mississauga, 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga
    Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed statutory holidays)

Identification Required

  • Any two of the following original pieces of identification must be presented for each applicant at the time of purchasing the marriage licence.
  • All photo identification must be originals; photocopies are not acceptable.
  • Both pieces of identification must have the same name(s) and one piece of identification must be a current photo identification issued within the past 10 years.
  • Any Identification that is not in English or French requires a translation from a Certified Translator. Original must be presented along with the translation.

Accepted forms of identification:

  • Original Birth Certificate
  • Valid Canadian refugee travel document
  • Change of Name Certificate
  • Current Citizenship card with photo
  • Valid Driver's Licence / Enhanced Driver's Licence
  • Valid Photo Identity card from any country
  • Valid Nexus card
  • Valid Ontario Photo ID card
  • Valid passport
  • Valid Permanent Residency card
  • Valid Record of Immigration Landing (with photo)
  • Valid United States Green card (with photo)

Health cards, Social Insurance Number (SIN) cards, photocopies or expired identification will not be accepted.


  • Canadian divorce
    • The original or Court certified copy of the Certificate of Divorce or a Decree Absolute must be shown to the licence issuer. A Judgement or Court Order issued by the Court is not acceptable proof of divorce.
    • Photocopies or certificates certified by a Lawyer or Notary Public will not be accepted.
  • Foreign divorce
    • If either applicant has a foreign divorce granted outside Canada, approval from the Registrar General is required to purchase a Marriage Licence.
    • More information is available at the Clerk's office or on
Privacy Statement
Personal Information contained on this form is collected under the authority of the Marriage Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M, 3 and will be used to determine whether to issue the marriage licence, to register and record the marriage, provide certified copies, extracts, certificates, search notices, photocopies and for statistical, research, medical, law enforcement, adoption and adoption disclosure purposes. Questions about this collection should be directed to: the Deputy Registrar General, Office of the Registrar General, PO BOX 4600, Thunder Bay ON P7B 6L8. Telephone 1 800 461 2156 or 416 325 8305