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Marriage certificate, a conclusive proof of your marriage, is issued after your marriage is registered. Get your marriage legally recognised with MyAdvo .
Your dedicated case manager will then, submit the application & documents at the office of the Marriage Officer (Sub-Divisional Magistrate) within any of the following three jurisdictions:
The expert will then request for a date convenient to you to register your marriage
Step 1: Approach the office of the Sub Divisional Magistrate, under whose locale the marriage occurred or where both the partners resided for somewhere around a half year before the marriage took place
Step 2: Appointment - In the case of the Hindu Marriage Act, the date of appointment received is usually within 15 days of the request and in the case of Special Marriage Act, it may take as long as upto 60 days
Step 3: Witness - Any individual who was present at the time of marriage of the couple can and will be the witness. Witnesses must have a legitimate PAN Card and a proof of residence
The procedure to register your marriage seems easy but the details and intricacies can be tricky as it requires one to understand the legal procedure and pay multiple visits to various government offices. If you want to register your marriage seamlessly, you can contact us. We will provide you with all the necessary help and assistance and make the process hassle free for you
You can also register your marriage by applying for your marriage certificate online at your concerned state's registration website by following some very simple steps as following:
Step 1: Select your district and feed details of you, your spouse and details of marriage
Step 2: After submitting the registration form, you will receive acknowledgement receipt with application number and date of appointment with the concerned Sub-Divisional Magistrate
A Marriage Certificate is a document that establishes the conjugal/married status of a couple. It is very significant and useful in giving legally married status to the couple as well as for allied purposes like acquiring a passport, opening a bank account, changing one's last name, and applying for a salary certificate, in addition to other things. A marriage certificate is basically a conclusive proof of marriage.
Required from Husband and Wife
Required from Two Witnesses (who attended the marriage)