Getting married? Make sure to get your marriage registered
Supreme Court mandates that all marriages must be registered. The law is all binding. So whether you are a Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Jain, Christian, Parsi, or follow any other religious faith and are married according to your specific customs and rituals, it is mandatory to get your marriage registered.
A marriage certificate serves as evidence in family matters such as inheritance, property matters, divorce, child custody, and more. You will also need a marriage certificate for name and address change after marriage, changing your base to another country, a family resident visa, a job application, and more.
Marriage Registration at the Venue
While you can complete the marriage registration formalities within 30 days of your marriage, you may even begin the process on your marriage day at the venue. Officers from the marriage registrar can come to the marriage venue and take the signatures of the couple, witnesses, and the priest conducting the marriage ceremony. For this, you will need to apply to the marriage registrar’s office along with the necessary documents.
Court Marriage Mumbai facilitates Marriage Registration at the Venue
We are an experienced marriage registration services provider. We can assist you with all the marriage registration formalities such as sending an application to the marriage registrar along with your wedding card, guidance with application forms, documents, paperwork, and more.
The Marriage Registrar will come to the venue and complete the remaining formalities and you will get the marriage certificate in the next few weeks. If you are planning to shift base, has foreign travel on cards, or want to apply for a spouse visa, you must expedite the marriage registration process. We ensure
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(Any 1 document from below)
- Birth Certificate
- School Leaving Certificate
- College Leaving Certificate
- School or college passing certificate showing DOB
- Any other documents of college/school showing DOB
(Any 1 from below)
- Ration Card
- Electricity bill on your name
- Telephone Bill on your name
- Election card
- Bank passbook
Photographs & Witnesses
- 4-4 passport size photographs of bride & Groom
- 3 Common witnesses,
- 2-2 photographs of witness
- Anyone document of residential proof.
In case you’re marriage is already Solemnised, you need following additional documents:
- Wedding card
- Accurate time when the Marriage Registrar officer should come to the venue
- Priest under whose presence the marriage is being solemnised