You cannot marry in any state until after the nisi period expires. Best wishes!
Until the Nisi period is over, you are not actually officially divorced. The nisi period is the actual effective date of the divorce. Just because the judgment has been granted does not actually make it effective yet. Getting married before the period is over could invalidate your marriage and is also technically a crime, bigamy, in every state.
I am a Massachusetts attorney and answer questions based on Massachusetts law. The above answer is for educational purposes only and does not create an attorney client relationship or constitute legal advice.
You must be divorced before you can remarry in all jurisdictions. You are not divorced until the nisi period expired.
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