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Legal requirements for getting married in Dominica
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Getting married on the beautiful island of Dominica is easy provided the couple follows the following suggested procedure:

  • Complete the marriage application form which must be signed by both parties and witnessed by a Magistrate, Justice of the Peace, Notary public, Commissioner of Oaths, or Registrar.  Application forms are available at www.dominica.dm or www.dominica.gov.dm.
  • The online Application Form requires a notarized copy of the couple’s identification, either their passport or other home-based government issued identification.
  • The fees depend on the length of residency of the couple.
  • Attach the following documents to the marriage application:
  • A certified copy of Birth Certificate from each applicant.
  • If married before, Decree of Divorce or Death Certificate of former spouse.
  • One passport-sized photo of each applicant.
  • Deed Poll if there have been name changes.
  • Evidence of consent if one of the applicants is under 18 years of age.
  • A non-marriage certificate to ensure that the applicants have never been married before.

 


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