Demo: Project Cupid Marriage Licensing Application

First deployed by the city of New York during the COVID-19 pandemic, Unqork’s Online Marriage License platform enables brings the entire marriage license process online.


To ensure that citizens could still enter legally-recognized unions despite social-distancing barriers, New York City partnered with Unqork to develop a digital hub that could remotely process marriage license applications from start to finish.

Building a complex solution to digitize the entire process (including connecting multiple disparate legacy systems) would have taken months using a traditional code-based methodology. However, using no-code, the entire solution was designed, built, and deployed in just eight days.

Now, other municipaliites facing their own social distancing concerns can take advantage of the same functionality to bring their marriage license process online. Unqork's Online Marriage License solution provides a suite of features local governments can use to tailor a robust digital hub that securely and remotely handles all marriage application tasks, including:

  • Affidavit & license applications

  • Identity verification (customized to local requirements)

  • Online credit card payments 

  • Scheduling digital appointments with a live clerk

  • Video conference meetings

  • Managing e-signatures

  • License generation

  • and more!


Watch the demo above to see the solution in action. For more information, check out

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