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Legal Requirements For Getting Married In Aruba

Civil marriages are permitted in Aruba, but they must take place at the Civil Town House. Legal requirements include the following:

Copies of birth certificates of the bride and groom with apostille (state certification).

Passport picture page or valid state issued picture I.D. for the bride and groom.

A minimum of two witnesses at least 18 years old.

A certificate of no impediment for the bride and groom (also referred to as a “single status report” and, in some states, a “negative statement of marriage”. This certificate is obtained at the bureau of vital statistics which is located in the department of health.

If either party has been divorced, a copy of the first and last page of the divorce decree(s).

If either party is a widow or widower, a copy of the pertinent death certificate.

All documents must be faxed for review and then submitted by courier (i.e., FedEx) at least one month prior to the desired wedding date.

A wedding ceremony in Aruba can take place in the late morning or early afternoon on Wednesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays.  Saturdays are available in the late mornings for an extra charge.