Marriage Registration

The marriage certificate is an official declaration that states that two people are married. In India, Marriages can be registered under the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 or the Special Marriage Act of 1954.

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Key consideration for Marriage Registration

Within 30 days

marriage to be registered in India

Impounding of passport

if Marriage not registered

NOC from embassy

may be required in case one person is non resident

Special marriage act

registration in case inter cultual marriage

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR MARRIAGE REGISTRATION

Application form signed by both husband and wife.

Proof of birth for both parties, such as a matriculation certificate, birth certificate, or passport, meeting the age requirement of 21 for males and 18 for females.

Residential proof can include various documents such as Election Voter ID, PAN Card, Aadhar Card, Ration Card, or electricity bill.

Certificate from the religious institution if the marriage took place there.

Payment receipt of the required fee (Rs 100 for the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, and Rs 150 for the Special Marriage Act, 1954) to be submitted along with the application form.

Two passport-size photographs of both husband and wife and one marriage photo if the marriage has already taken place.

Wedding invitation card (if applicable).

Declaration by both parties that they are not within the prohibited degrees of relationship under the applicable marriage act.

Attested copy of the divorce decree (if applicable).

Death certificate of the previous spouse (if applicable).

Affidavit stating the place, date, and time of marriage, marital status, and nationality of both parties.

Two witnesses from each side are to be present at the sub-registrar office during the meeting.

If the marriage has already taken place, two witnesses who attended the wedding should also be present during the meeting at the sub-registrar office.

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