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SOLEMNIZATION OF MARRIAGE


Solemnization of Marriage (for Filipino Couples)

   Note:  Both parties have to appear personally at the Consulate  

 
For Single Filipinos:  
       
  1.
 
Birth Certificate in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) - original DFA Manila, Authenticated Division & photocopy
       
  2. 

 

Certificate of Non-Availability of Record of Marriage issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in security paper  NOTE: A CENOMAR is valid for only six (6) months from the date of issue by the NSO
       
  3.


 

Original and a photocopy of Authenticated Affidavit of Parental Consent (for applicants aged 18 years and 1 day to 21 years) OR original and a photocopy of Authenticated Affidavit of Parental Advice (for applicants aged 21 years and 1 day to 25 years).  The Parental Consent or Advice should indicate the name of the fiancé/fiancee and should go through the following:
    a.  Notary Public  
    b.  Regional Trial Court  
    c.  DFA Manila, Authentication Division  
       
  4. Passport (original & photocopy of data page and last page)  
       
  5. Two (2) passport-size pictures  
       
  For Divorced Filipinos:  
    For contracting parties of the marriage who were previously married, the following additional documentary requirements must be submitted:
       
    If Filipino applicant is divorced and divorce was initiated by foreign spouse, one (1) original or certified true copy and four (4) photocopies of DFA-authenticated Judicial Recognition of Foreign Divorce issued by a competent Philippine Court with Certificate of Finality.
       
    Divorce is not recognized in the Philippines but when a divorce is validly obtained abroad by an alien spouse from his or her Filipino spouse, the Filipino spouse shall have the capacity to remarry under Philippine law.  Divorce, however, must be recognized in the Philippines courts.  The foreign divorce decree must be judicially enforced or confirmed in the Philippines by filing the proper civil action at the Regional Trial Court in the Philippines (RTC-Phil).  
       
  For more information on Judicial Recognition of Foreign Divorce in the Philippines.
  or Filipinos whose marriage has been annulled:  
       
  1. Passport  
       
  2.
 
Amended Marriage Contract (of the annulled marriage) in security paper by the National Statistics Office (NSO) (original and a photocopy)
       
  3.
 
Certificate of Finality of Decision and Court Order/Decision authenticated by the Authentication Division, DFA Manila (original and a photocopy)
       
  4. Two (2) passport-size pictures  
     
  For Widowed Filipinos:  
       
  Note:  For female applicant, under Philippine Law, after the death of the husband, she is required to wait 10 months and 1 day before she can apply for remarriage
       
  1. Passport  
       
  2.
 
Death Certificate of Previous Spouse
    a.  If spouse is a Filipino: Death Certificate of Previous Spouse in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO).
    b.  If spouse if an Pakistani: Death Certificate of Previous Spouse issued by the County.
    c.  If spouse is a Foreign National other than Pakistani: Death Certificate of the dead spouse from the latter's country of origin.  The Death Certificate should be in English.  (original and a photocopy)
       
  3. 
 
If married in the Philippines: Marriage Contract with Previous Spouse in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO).
       
  4.
 
If married in Pakistan or another country: Report of Marriage issued by the Philippine Embassy in the country where the marriage took place. (original and a photocopy)
       
  5. 
 
Birth Certificate in security paper issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO).  (original and a photocopy)
       
  6.  Two (2) passport-size pictures (with valid passport)
       
   

SCHEDULE OF CONSULAR FEES
Effective 01 October 2013

$25.00 / Rs. 3,000.00

Marriage License

$60.00 / Rs. 7,200.00

Solemnization Fee

Processing Time
 

(Based on Receipt)
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Releasing Time
 

(Regular Thirty (30) Days)
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

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You can get pertinent information on procedures and requirements, as well as download the forms for each type of service you require.  If your particular query is not covered in this section, please feel free to write us at islamabad.pe@dfa.gov.ph or isdpe@isb.comsats.net.pk for general questions.  For specific questions on any of the services please go to our Contact Us page for particulars to that Department.



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