ABOUT COURT MARRIAGE
Court Marriage Advocate is a devoted service for court marriage, marriage registration, and issuing of a marriage certificate.
We have successfully provided our specialized services to numerous satisfied clients. We are highly concerned about our clients, leaving no stone unturned toward complete customer satisfaction. We provide services for court marriage, marriage registration, and marriage certificates.
We provide expert guidance for marriage registration, marriage certificates, and conducting court marriages. Our tremendous experience and expertise have made us one of the most sought-after service providers for marriage registration, marriage certificates, and marriage advice.
We all know today that court marriage has become one of the simplest and easiest ways to get married to loved ones or partners. It takes less time and less money compared to other ritual marriages. The best part of this marriage is that you don’t need the approval of your parents. So, if you love someone or your family is not allowing you to marry them, you can go for a Court Marriage.
Some couples court marriage with their parent’s agreements for many reasons, like lack of time, wanting to go abroad, etc.
It has two processes: same-day marriage and court marriage (which takes 30 days). So, depending on your convenience, you can go for it.
Required Documents For Court Marriage
Passport-size photographs—four each of the married person.
Residential Proof (Voter Card, Passport, Ration Car, Driving License, Bank Passbook, Lease Deed, or Rent Deed) of the Married Person
Date of Birth Proof (Xth Examination Certificate, Passport, PAN Card, and Municipal Corporation Certificate) of the Married Person
If any party is a divorcee, a certified copy of the decree of divorce is granted by the court.
If any party is a widow or widower, the certificate of the dead spouse.
If any party is a foreign citizen, holds a foreign passport, or has a foreign residential address,
Certificate of Present Marital Status of the Party, No Impediment Certificate, or NOC from the concerned Embassy, and Valid VISA.
Two Witnesses (both should be major with their ID-proof)
Court Marriage Delhi
> Court Marriage Delhi is a devoted service for court marriage, marriage registration, and the issuing of marriage certificates. We have a lot of experience organizing court marriages in Delhi, Gurgaon, and Ghaziabad.
We have successfully provided our specialized services to numerous satisfied clients. We are highly concerned about our clients and try to provide complete customer satisfaction. We have slowly and steadily expanded our services in the Delhi NCR region.
We provide expert guidance for marriage registration, marriage certificates, and conducting court marriages. Our tremendous experience and expertise have made us one of the most preferred.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. Can my relatives or friends be witnesses to a court marriage?
Ans. Yes, witnesses can be relatives or friends of the bride and groom. There must be 2 witnesses, and both of them must be at least 18 years old and have their ID proof (a passport, voter ID, Aadhar card, driver’s license, or passport).
Q. Why do I get married in Arya Samaj Mandir before having a court marriage or instant court marriage?
For court marriage or instant court marriage, a married couple must have a certificate of Hindu marriage registered under the Hindu Marriage Act of 1955. Only then will the couple be eligible for instant court marriage.
Q. Should the bride and groom belong to the same caste?
Ans. No, this is not compulsory; both need to have only the same caste. The bride and groom must be either Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, or Jain (either by birth or converted). If something is interesting, then it will be up to the bride and groom if they want to convert their religion.
Q. Can my relatives be witnesses?
Ans. Yes, witnesses can be relatives of the bride and groom. There must be two witnesses, and both of them must be a minimum of 18 years old and have one ID proof (a voter ID, an Aadhar card, a driver’s license, or a passport).
Q. Can I marry a divorcee, widow, or widower?
Ans. Yes, you can marry. If either one of the bride and groom is a divorcee or both of them are divorcees, then the divorcee must have the original divorce decree or order and a copy of the divorce decree or order. And if one of them is a widow or widower, then he or she must have a copy of the death certificate of his spouse.
Q. How can you ensure that my court marriage is legal and complete?
Ans. Yes, it will be 100% legal. If the bride and groom have genuine documents and have been solemnized, and witnesses have their original ID proof, then we ensure you that you will get 100% genuine marriage certificates because you will have appeared in front of the registrar and he will sign your marriage.