Marriage license kiosk coming to Las Vegas airport

A pop-up marriage license office will greet travelers at McCarran International Airport next month. The Clark County Clerk’s Office will keep the office open from Feb. 9 to 17 to help couples get marriage licenses during the Valentine’s Day, President’s Day and Chinese New Year holidays. “The days around Valentine’s Day and the Presidents’ Day weekend are always some of our busiest,” County Clerk Lynn Goya said. The office will be located in the baggage claim area in Terminal 1. It will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

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