According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, laws regarding cousin marriage in the United States mostly apply to marriage between first cousins, rendering marriage to a third cousin legal. Only 25 states prohibit first cousin marriage under any circumstances.Know More
The National Conference of State Legislatures states that Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Utah and Wisconsin allow first cousins to marry, but only if at least one person in the union is incapable of reproducing or if either one or both of the couple is over a certain age. Maine allows first cousins to marry if a physician's certificate of genetic counseling is obtained. Marriage between first cousins is legal in Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachussetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia.Learn more about Is This Illegal?
Marriage between first cousins is only unconditionally legal in 19 U.S.states and the District of Columbia. Marriage between cousins under certain circumstances is legal in six states, but it is illegal in the remaining 25 states, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.Full Answer >
Duke University informs international students an F-1 visa allows them to marry, provided both individuals meet the qualifications for marriage. Once married, the holder of the F-1 visa is able to file for permanent residence using Form I-130.Full Answer >
According to PawNation, Pennsylvania has laws in place that ban the private possession of non-human primates, meaning that it is illegal to own a monkey in the state of Pennsylvania. Monkeys are unique and exciting, but they can also be dangerous and are not suitable as pets.Full Answer >
According to suicideknob.net, a website dedicated to steering wheel spinners, no state law prohibits their use, but they may be illegal under some local city laws and ordinances. Confirm their legal status with local police and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) before installing one.Full Answer >