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Making your wedding destination legal without the hassle

When you have a destination wedding far away from home, you may have a much more private ceremony and essentially have a wedding and honeymoon for the price of one. However, putting on an event of this magnitude is no easy task. There are certain key aspects to consider before travelling to another country to marry your spouse.

Understand how to make your marriage legal in a foreign country once you’ve decided on your location. Every country has its own set of rules for marriage. Today’s article discusses about the list of things to consider before marrying overseas and Making your wedding destination legal without the hassle.

Getting married legally what you should know:

Getting married legally in another nation isn’t as simple as choosing an officiant. Each country’s legal requirements are unique. Documents such as your birth certificate, medical records, letters of intent, evidence of residency, and (in certain situations) blood tests are required.

If you want a religious or spiritual wedding, keep in mind that the religious group may have its standards that must be met before the event. In some countries, unless you combine your religious/spiritual wedding with a civil ceremony, your religious/spiritual marriage may not be legally recognized.

Different applications are required to get a marriage license, get a marriage certificate, and change your name.

Depending on the nation where you married, you may need to employ a translator, which may add an unexpected touch to your special day. Service provider cancellations do occur on occasion.

Make sure you are aware of all needs (before time), so you have ample time to have everything ready and in action before your arrival.

Also read: Steps to legalize a Georgian wedding in Dubai

Hassle-free wedding at a destination:

Enduring Promises is a Mobile Ceremony bundle that fits easily into your suitcase!

If you’re planning a destination wedding, we’d be honored to join you and take care of the legalities for free. When you choose our Marriage Services, we’ll work with you to build a bespoke ceremony that’s completely legal and hassle-free for you!

Here are things to consider for your hassle-free wedding:

  1. Documentation

Carry the necessary paperwork with you when you go. Your original birth certificate, passport, and proof of citizenship are required at most locations. Depending on your situation, you may be requested to produce additional paperwork. Divorce decrees, formal proof of single status, and documentation of lawful entry into the country are all required in some locations. Couples must present birth certificates, passports, and formal confirmation of single status while visiting Aruba. If applicable, couples must also produce a divorce decree or a deceased spouse’s death certificate.

You may want to know: Requirements for Getting the proof of Singleness Certificate in the UAE

  1. Requirement for Residency

Most countries require you to spend a certain amount of time in the country before getting married. The duration of the residence varies, ranging from a few hours to several months.

  1. Understand the Laws

A legal wedding occurs when you marry in the destination country, according to the laws of that country. A symbolic wedding is when you are married at home at a Justice of the Peace and then have a symbolic wedding at your destination. If you want to have a legal wedding, be sure you understand the laws of the location you pick. Every country has its own set of rules and criteria for getting married.

  1. Additional conditions

Aside from the residency requirements and documents, there are a few more things to think about:

  • In most countries, the ceremony must include two witnesses over the age of 18.
  • When you’re arranging your wedding, apply for your marriage certificate. In certain circumstances, obtaining a marriage license takes longer than satisfying residence criteria.
  • Check to see if there are any other legal expenses in addition to the hotels.
  • You may require a baptism record or evidence of membership in your church if you’re conducting a religious ceremony.
  • Check to see if the wedding may be performed by a civil officer or a church person.

You may want to know: How to Get a Georgian Marriage Certificate in Dubai?

How may Dubai Court Marriage Assist you?

Most couples turn to our team of seasoned attorneys that specialize in Dubai marriage or getting married in Dubai. Our customers, on the other hand, come to us for a variety of reasons:

We have years, if not decades, of experience in the legal profession and field. We have the required knowledge to guide you and provide you with reliable information on how to get married in Dubai, whether you are Filipino or Indian.

Our staff of experienced Dubai marriage attorneys is well-versed in family law. It will be able to assist you with anything you require, from prenuptial agreements to obtaining a marriage license from the appropriate authorities.

We’ve helped thousands of couples over the years, and they’re now living happily in Dubai or anyplace else in the nation without worrying about their marriage status. Our lawyers are well-versed in the intricacies of managing UAE immigration and family law accurately and efficiently.

Hazim Darwish

Hazim Darwish Practicing law for almost a decade, he has in-depth knowledge on UAE legislation with particular expertise on family law, and regulatory compliance for business organizations. Hazim Darwish also provides counsel on legal rights and obligations in the UAE to clients, including individuals and businesses subject to investigation or prosecution under Criminal Law by major regulators.