|Court Marriage Form Pdf Details|
|No. of Pages : 04|
|PDF Size : 475KB|
|Language : English|
|Category : Government|
|Source : cdn.s3waas.gov.in|
This is an application form for marriage registration under the Marriage Rules of 2012, which you can obtain by clicking the link below. The bride and groom must complete and sign the application form as indicated. Both partners’ dates of birth must be documented with a matriculation certificate, passport, or birth certificate. Please provide proof of payment for the District Court application form.
The following is The Procedure for a Court Marriage:
Step 1: File a ‘Notice of Intended Marriage’ in the prescribed form with the Marriage Registrar of the district where at least one of the parties to the marriage has resided for at least 30 days immediately prior to the date on which such notice is provided.
Step 2: The Registrar of Marriage then publishes/posts the notice, requesting any objections.
Step 3: The marriage may be solemnised when a period of 30 days has passed from the day on which the notice of intended marriage was published, unless any individual has protested.
Step 4: The marriage may be solemnised at the marriage office designated by the couple.
Step 5: On the day of registration/solemnization, both parties must be present, as well as three witnesses.
The following Documents are Required:
- The bride and groom must fill up and sign an application form (notification in the manner indicated).
- Both partners’ dates of birth must be documented (matriculation certificate/passport/birth certificate).
- Receipt of costs paid in relation to the District Court application form
- Documentary evidence of one of the parties’ stay in Delhi for more than 30 days (ration card or report from the concerned Station House Officer).
- Affidavits from the bride and groom detailing their dates of birth, current marital status (unmarried/widower/divorcee), and current marital status (unmarried/widower/divorcee).
- Affirmation that the parties are not connected to one other to the extent that the Special Marriage Act defines as a forbidden relationship.
- Both parties’ passport-size pictures (2 copies each) must be attested by a gazetted officer.
- In the event of a divorcee, a copy of the divorce decree/order, and in the case of a widow/widower, a copy of the spouse’s death certificate.
In the case of a foreign national, the following Documents are Required:
- a duplicate of your passport and visa
- A letter of authorization (NOC) or a certificate of marital status from the embassy in question.
- One of the parties must present documentary evidence of a 30-day or longer stay in India (proof of residence or report from the concerned SHO)