Thank you for allowing me an opportunity to answer your interesting question.
A legal marriage in ANY state is recognized as valid in ALL states
(with the exception of some of the homosexual unions that are being
registered in some jurisdictions nowadays). If a man and woman are
currently legally married in one state they are considered legally
married in EVERY state, and a ?remarriage? in any state would only be
considered purely symbolic. This ?renewing of vows?, as it is known,
is a symbolic act that is not legally sanctioned nor does it have any
legal impact or ramifications.
If you somehow managed to wrangle a marriage license in Nevada it
would not be valid if you were already legally married.
On the other hand, if a man and a woman were PREVIOUSLY legally
married but legally DIVORCED, then such a remarriage in Nevada, or
indeed any other jurisdiction, would be considered a legal
solemnization of a matrimonial union for all intents and purposes as
if the couple were never married prior.
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