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Legal requirements for getting married in Bonaire
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Want to get married on Bonaire?  It’s possible and easier than ever since resorts offer packages for both Caribbean weddings and honeymoons.

 Allow 4 to 6 weeks, maybe more, for the licensing and paperwork to be completed.  Either the bride or groom has to obtain a temporary resident permit from immigration.  Temporary resident permits are required for witnesses who are not already local residents.  However, coordinators can help arrange for local witnesses if needed.

Two passport photos and a photocopy of passport’s first page are needed for residency.  Certified birth certificates, declaration of marriage by the civil registry and proof of divorce (if applicable) are among the list of required items for the official marriage petition.


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