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Marriage Certificate Apostille

Marriage certificates can only be used abroad after receiving an apostille. An Apostille must be presented as proof of identity when entering a nation that is a signatory to the Hague Convention. Some Hague Convention signatories require an Apostille for travel. A marriage certificate confirms that two people have been married legally.

A marriage certificate's authenticity can be established and verified by having it authenticated through Apostille. A marriage certificate must be apostilled before a couple can travel to another country. Only if the target country is a signatory to the Hague Convention is the Apostille of the marriage certificate required.

For the following reasons, a marriage certificate must be apostilled:

  • To obtain dual citizenship.
  • To become a property owner.
  • To work overseas.
  • To bring your spouse.
  • Updating the name on the passport to reflect the spouse's name.
  • To admit the wife to the hospital for delivery.
  • To apply for a child's passport.
  • To live together with someone of the opposite sex.

Required Documentation:

  • The original marriage certificate.
  • A passport copy.

There are various apostille conventions for marriage certificates. The appropriate authorities must expedite the reports for the marriage certificate apostille.

The following stamps are required for the marriage certificate Apostilles:

  • SDM (sub-divisional magistrate).
  • Apostille.

The marriage certificate is apostilled after the stamping and verification processes are finished. The certificate then becomes more widely accessible in the destination nation.

Couples are permitted entry into such countries if the Hague Convention makes marriage certificates lawful. The marriage certificate must be apostilled to demonstrate that the foreigners' relationship status is distinct. For a family visa and relocation, the marriage certificate needs to be Apostille.

Locations of our Marriage Certificate Apostilles Services

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Processing time for Apostille Attestation of Documents & Certificates services is ideally between 2 to 3 working days. But for certain cases, where the issuing authority of a Document & Certificate is in an inaccessible area, the processing may take up to 30 days.

Apostille Attestation fees are different for each country and state. The reasons for the change in fees are due to various factors like place of issue of the document / certificate. It also depends upon if the certificate holder is looking for standalone service or end to end solution.

Brilliance Attestation can provide service and support for all kinds of attestation services related to Apostille Attestation.

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