Registrar's Office & Vital Statistics
Application for Certification or Vital Record
Application for a non-
genealogical certification or certified
copy of a vital record.
Marriage License Application
PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING A MARRIAGE LICENSE OR
Application may be made up to 6 months before,
but not less than 72 hours before the ceremony.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
Civil Union and Marriage applications are taken
by appointment only. To make an appointment or
to speak to the Registrar, call (973) 838-0778
Application may be made in the municipality in
which either applicant resides.
The Civil Union or Marriage license shall be
issued by the licensing officer (Registrar or
Deputy Registrar) in the municipality in which
the applicants apply and is valid for use in
ANY municipality in the State of New Jersey.
If neither applicant is a RESIDENT of New
Jersey, the application is to be made in the
MUNICIPALITY WHERE THE PROPOSED CIVIL UNION OR
MARRIAGE IS TO BE PERFORMED.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS (No Exceptions):
$28.00 Fee (exact change or one check or money
order made payable to the Borough of
One witness over the age of 18.
Proof of residence.
Divorce decree if either party has been married
Death certificate if widowed; or
Dissolution of a Civil Union if either party
has been in a civil union before; or
Termination of a Domestic Partnership.
Social Security numbers
Birth Certificates or naturalization papers.
There is a 72-hour waiting period (3 days) to
process the application.
After the waiting period, applicants must
return to pick up the license. Licenses cannot
Five days after the ceremony:
Your civil union or marriage certificate will
be on file in the municipality where your
ceremony was performed (responsibility of the
person who officiated at your ceremony).
The Application (Reg-77) can be obtained online
from the State Registrar at:
vital/local-vital-records/ or in person at
any Local Registrar’s office (Licensing
officer). For a complete listing of all the
Registrars in the State of New Jersey, go to:
The Bloomingdale Registrar’s office is located
in the Clerks Office, found on the 3rd. Floor
of the Bloomingdale Municipal Building, 101
Hamburg Tpke., Bloomingdale, NJ 07403.
The Borough of Bloomingdale, Registrar of Vital
Statistics also issues CERTIFIED COPIES of
birth, death, civil union, and marriage
certificates, for events which occurred within
the Borough of Bloomingdale. Requests for
certified copies can be made in person, by mail
or by calling the Registrar. The fee for each
copy is $10.00.
Theresa Sauer, Registrar
Hours: Monday thru Friday
(973) 838-0778 x241
8:00am to 4:00pm