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Solemnizing Marriage

 

Solemnizing Marriage
Sl. Description Fees*
1. Solemnizing Marriage SR.200
2. Attestation of the marriage declaration form of the boy and the girl SR.80

 

Solemnizing Marriage
SR. 200


Under the Foreign Marriage Act, 1969, the Embassy is authorized to solemnize a marriage when one or both the partners are Indian citizens and are residing abroad.


Requirements - When one partner is Indian and the other partner is a foreigner:-


1) An advertisement in the newspaper (both in English and the native language of the Indian partner) in India which is widely read in the hometown of boy/girl giving the name/address and other particulars of the boy/girl, announcing their intention to marry and that if anyone has any objection o the marriage, he/she may contact the Embassy of India, Riyadh


2) A letter from the Embassy of the country to which the foreign partner belongs stating that the Embassy does not have any objection to the marriage of its national.


3) An affidavit (Form8A.pdf | Form8A.doc) from a court in India on stamp paper issued by a notary and advocate stating that the parents of the Indian partner do not have any objection to the marriage. This affidavit is to be produced by the Indian partner only. Affidavit should be strictly on the lines of the specimen provided in Form Form8A.pdf


4) Photocopies of inside cover pages and other relevant pages of the passports of both partners.


5) One passport size recent colour photograph each of both the partners.


6) Marriage Declaration form (Form8B.pdf | Form8B.doc) to be submitted to the Consular Officer, duly signed by the partners. The Form is to be signed before the Consular Officer who would attest the same on payment of attestation fee of SR. 80.


7) Marriage fees of Saudi Riyals 200/- is to be deposited at the time of submission of the Notice of Intended Marriage (Form8C.pdf |Form8C.doc), other documents listed at Sl. 1 to 5 above, at least three months prior to the proposed date of marriage.


Requirements - When both the partners are Indian citizens:-


1) An advertisement in the newspaper (both in English and the native language) in India which is widely read in the hometown of boy/girl giving the name/address and other particulars of the boy/girl, announcing their intention to marry and that if anyone has any objection o the marriage, he/she may contact the Embassy of India, Riyadh


2) An affidavit (Form8A.pdf | Form8A.doc) from a court in India on stamp paper issued by a notary and advocate stating that the parents of the boy do not have any objection to the marriage and that their son has not contracted any marriage so far. Affidavit should be strictly on the lines of the specimen provided in Form 8A. Form 8A.doc


3) An affidavit (Form8A.pdf | Form8A.doc) from a court in India on stamp paper issued by a notary and advocate stating that the parents of the girl do not have any objection to the marriage and that their daughter has not contracted any marriage so far. Affidavit should be strictly on the lines of the specimen provided in Form 8A. Form 8A.doc


4) Photocopies of inside cover pages and other relevant pages of the passports of both partners.


5) One passport size recent colour photograph each of both the partners. (Please See Photograph Requirements Document)


6) Marriage Declaration form (Form8B.pdf | Form8B.doc) to be submitted to the Consular Officer, duly signed by the partners. The Form is to be signed before the Consular Officer who would attest the same on payment of attestation fee of SR. 80.


7) Marriage fees of Saudi Riyals 200/- is to be deposited at the time of submission of the Notice of Intended Marriage (Form8C.pdf |Form8C.doc), other documents listed at Sl. 1 to 5 above, at least three months prior to the proposed date of marriage.


*Note : An additional Fee of SR 8 (Saudi Riyal Eight) is levied on each Service as contribution towards the Indian Workers Welfare Fund (IWWF). All fees are to be paid in Saudi Riyals in Cash at the Counter along with application. Fees once paid are not refunded, even if the application is withdrawn or the service refused for whatsoever reason .