Generally you need to wait 30 days after the divorce decree has been finalized and the parties served with the final decree. The reasoning behind that is to ensure that no appeal has been filed.
I agree, generally you should wait 30 days before requesting a marriage license just to make sure that an appeal to the decree hasn't been filed by your former spouse.
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