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On , Brazil's National Justice Council (CNJ) ruled in favor of recognizing same-sex marriage nationwide.

In Canada between 20, court rulings in Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, and Yukon ruled the prohibition of same-sex marriage to be contrary to the Charter of Rights, thus legalizing it in those jurisdictions (which covered 90% of the population).

In individual cases, same-sex couples have been given judicial approval to marry in several other states.

Since August 2010, same-sex marriages performed within Mexico are recognized by the 31 states without exception.

Canada does not have a residency requirement for marriage; consequently, many foreign couples have gone to Canada to marry, regardless of whether that marriage will be recognized in their home country.