When performed in Mexican states that have legalized same-sex marriage
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
Only if married in Michigan when same-sex marriage was legal
Same-sex marriage is legal in Alagoas (Brazil). On 6 January 2012, a judge in Alagoas ruled that same-sex marriages will be performed in the state instead of the civil unions, making it the first state in Brazil to grant married status to same-sex couples.
On 17 January 2012, a male couple who had lived together for almost 25 years became the second married same-sex couple in the state, and the first since the new ruling. Earlier, a lesbian couple had been able to have their civil union converted to marriage.