Unregistered cohabitation

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Legal status of
same-sex relationships
Marriage
Performed
Recognized
  1. Can be registered also in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten
  2. Licensed in some counties in Kansas but same-sex marriage is not recognized by the state
  3. Only licensed in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, & Jackson County
  4. When performed in Mexican states that have legalized same-sex marriage
  5. Most counties in Alabama issued same-sex marriage licenses for several weeks after a federal court found that state's ban unconstitutional, but all stopped by 4 March 2015 following an order by the state supreme court
  6. Only if married in Michigan when same-sex marriage was legal

*Not yet in effect

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Unregistered cohabitation is a legal status (sometimes de facto) given to same-sex or opposite-sex couples in certain jurisdictions. They may be similar to common-law marriages.

More specifically, unregistered cohabitation may refer to:

Some other countries and sub-national regions recognize unregistered cohabitation, as listed in the Civil union article.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Also recognizes another form of same-sex unions (marriage, civil unions, domestic partnerships).

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