Staying connected with JPus and findaJP through social media networks has many benefits. Active engagement with social media is an important aspect of every business - that includes JPus, findaJP and your JP biz, too. You don't need to be involved on every platform, but pick one or two and dig in! And, while you're there, be sure to follow, like and love our pages, too. JPus Social Media Platforms It's all about the officiant. Content just for you! A members-only Facebook group provides a forum for members to ask questions of one another, brainstorm ideas and share stories. The . . .
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Month: November 2019
Officiating in a prison or Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility takes preparation. The Marriage License Like weddings that take place outside of a detention center, a marriage license is required before an officiant may proceed with a ceremony. After the not-incarcerated member of the couple applies for the marriage license, the town clerk goes to the facility to obtain the incarcerated person’s signature. The couple must also apply for permission to wed, secured from the warden. Behind the Scenes Help Having a buddy on the inside can make your experience smoother. Connect with the prison chaplain or social worker. This will . . .