Here is some useful information on the legal requirements for getting married in the Pakistan.
Both of you must have attained the age of 18 years. You must have a valid passport and visa, National identity card and Immigration status document.
You need to take proof of your name, age and nationality and a “No Impediment to Marriage Certificate” from your home country. This document is called by different names in different countries. “No Impediment to Marriage Certificate” or “NOC to Marriage” or “Unmarried Certificate”. This certificate must indicate the marital status of the lady.
If you’ve been divorced or widowed.
If you’ve been married or in a civil partnership before, you need to take either:
· A divorce decree absolute or final order
· The death certificate of your former partner
A foreign divorce will be recognized in Pakistan if it was valid in the country where it took place.
The marriage registrar will check your overseas divorce documents and other documents to confirm whether your marriage can be legally solemnized.
Both of you will need to have at least 2 witnesses at your marriage ceremony.
You, your partner and your 2 witnesses must sign the marriage papers and Nikah Nama.
The Foreigner spouse must also appoint any person as his/her Special Attorney to act on his/her behalf during the marriage documentation.
Normally it takes one week for complete registration and attestation of marriage documents from the concerned offices and Foreign Office in Pakistan.
You will be provided registered and attested marriage documents to prove your marital status in the future. Your marriage papers will be recognized in the foreign countries.
Copies of Documents required:
Passports, and Visa page.
“No Impediment to Marriage Certificate”
If divorcee, Divorce Papers
If widow, Death Certificate of husband
copies of Passports, CNIC
Divorce papers if any
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