Dating marriages in mx
The United States Department of State requires that all Weddings Certificates from ceremonies performed in the Caribbean, including Mexico, have the Apostille Seal.This procedure can be done by our Wedding Coordinators with an additional charge of USD 0.Saturday and Sunday are not considered working days.Also known as “Single Status Statutory Declaration”, this document is required by the Mexican government to conduct a legal wedding.You have to send these documents SCANNED, via email to our Local Parish: [email protected]& [email protected] by Fed Ex (only) 60 days prior your wedding dates to: In case you wish to bring your own Catholic Priest we need to receive the “Celebret” (Catholic Priest Credential) in order to verify if they are a Catholic Priest, 0 USD Donation fee still applies.This ceremony is not recognized as legal in Mexico or your home country.Family members are permitted to be witnesses for the couple.
Witnesses must be at least 18 years old at the time of the ceremony.All Civil Marriages that take place under Mexican laws are completely legal in Mexico.Foreigners marrying in Mexico must legalize their marriage in their country of birth/residence.If the groom is divorced no additional documentation is needed.
If the bride is divorced (at least a year must have passed before she can remarry) and her passport is under her maiden name no additional documentation is needed.
By requesting this service you receive: an extra copy of your wedding certificate, the apostille seal, and translation into English, and Fed Ex delivery to your home address, usually 90 business days after the ceremony (around 4 months after the wedding has been celebrated).