- January 27, 2015

Getting married abroad

Planning to get married abroad? Many countries require a “Statutory Declaration of Marital Status” or “Single Status Declaration” before you can marry in that jurisdiction.

You might also be required to provide certified true copies of birth certificates, passports, marriage or divorce certificates, as well as any number of other documents which your destination will need before granting your permission to continue.

A big issue is that many countries require evidence that you may legally marry – that you are single, or legally divorced. It is always a good idea to speak with the consulate/embassy of the country in which you plan to marry, as well as your travel agent to ensure that you comply with all related rules and regulations.

We can help. We can quickly certify true copies of required documents, as well as notarize your statutory declarations. Come right over. No appointments are necessary and your documents can be done in just minutes. Don’t have a statutory declaration? We can draft one for you on the spot. We regularly deal with these declarations and would be happy to help you.

Have questions? Give us a call at 1 888-383-0382 , or email us at info@walkinnotary.com.

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