GovOS Remote Marriage
This first-of-its-kind platform can be used by any agency to provide constituents with a process that is fully remote, from application to certificate issuance. The GovOS Remote Marriage License application will give your citizens the ability to submit marriage applications from anywhere at any time. This includes giving a clerk the ability to take an oath from applicants over a video call to eliminate the need for in-person interaction. This application digitizes and automates the entire marriage application workﬂow for both the applicants and the clerk.
The GovOS Remote Marriage License application enables citizens to complete their marriage license application without having to come into the office, and ensures that your agency is still compliant with local regulations.
Fully functional on any mobile device or desktop computer.
Capable of flexing to accommodate local and state regulatory rules.
Cloud-based, federal-grade security encrypts and protects data in motion and at rest.
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From start to finish, our Remote Marriage License application has your agency and your constituents covered.
Citizens initiate the process by submitting their application online. Here they enter personal information, choose a day and time for their online oath, attach a payment, and submit. Later in the process, couples and clerks make the application official by adding their eSignatures.
Scheduling is handled within the same platform – no need to install another piece of software. GovOS connects with your team’s schedule to only show appointment times that are actually available. When a constituent picks a time, it is automatically blocked on your staff’s calendar.
When it’s time for the review and oath process to take place, all parties log in to a built-in video platform. This online session ensures clerks can take real-time oaths, making the process legally binding.
License Issuance & Recording
At the end of the process, once the oath process is complete, a license is issued and can be either mailed or held for pickup. When integrated with Vital Records Management, GovOS automatically files a recording of the entire affair so that clerks have a record to refer back to if need be.
“Previously, a couple would have to appear together in-person at our office to apply for a marriage license. Now, with the GovOS Remote Marriage License application, we can have a clerk meet virtually with a couple and complete the entire process in 15 minutes. Citizens don’t have to take time off work to travel to our office – they can take time on their lunch break and complete the process on a mobile device. It saves my staff time, it ensures everyone’s safety, and it enables us to serve anybody anywhere in Pennsylvania.”
– Jean King | Clerk of Orphans’ Court, Dauphin County, PA
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