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REQUIREMENTS FOR REPORT OF MARRIAGE (Court/Embassy)

  1. Duly accomplished Report of Marriage Form - original and four (4) copies;
  2. Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) from PSA duly authenticated by DFA-PH (Red Ribbon) - original and four (4) copies;
  3. Birth Certificate -  original and four (4) copies:
    1. for Filipino Citizen - authenticated birth certificate;
    2. for Foreign Nationals - birth certificate issued by the country of birth (with official English translation);
  4. Marriage Certificate - original and four (4) copies:
    1. if married in the Court - should be translated in English and stamped by Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Doha, Qatar (MOFA) - original and four (4) copies;
    2. if married in Church - stamped by MOFA - original and four (4) copies;
  5. Passport copy of both contracting parties (data page and Qatar IDs) - original and four (4) copies;
  6. Photos - 4 pcs., passport size;
  7. If the contracting party is annulled, submit Annotated Marriage Certificate from PSA duly authenticated by the DFA-PH and original court decision - original and four (4) photocopies;
  8. If the contracting party is a widow/er, submit Marriage Certificate and Death Certificate of spouse, both PSA duly authenticated by the DFA-PH - original and four (4) photocopies.
  9. Foreign National:
    • If annulled, present original divirce decree - original and four (4) copies;
    • If widow/er, present original death certificate - original and four (4) copies;
  10. The Embassy may require additional requirements as deemed necessary.
  11. Applicable Fees:
   Report of Marriage    QR 100.00  
   Delayed Registration of Report of Marriage   QR 100.00
   Attestation of Marriage   QR 100.00

REQUIREMENTS FOR MARRIAGES AT THE PHILIPPINE EMBASSY

  1. Contracting parties should be BOTH Filipino citizens;
  2. Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR) from Phil. Statistics Authority (PSA) duly authenticated by DFA-PH (Red Ribbon) - original and four (4) copies;
  3. Birth Certificate of both contracting parties from DFA-Manila (Red Ribbon) - original and four (4) copies;
  4. Photo and Signature page of Passport - four (4) copies each;
  5. Six pieces photos passport size of both contracting parties;
  6. Letter of No Objection to Marry issued by the employers of both parties;
  7. Joint Affidavit of Intention to get married executed by contracting parties to be notarized by the Embassy;
  8. Wedding Announcement/Notice to be posted for a minimum of ten (10) working days prior to the wedding date;
  9. Application for Marriage License (Munnicipal Form No. 90) issued by the Philippine Embassy
  10. Applicable Fees:
   Notarization fee for Joint Affidavit    QR 100.00 
   Application for Marriage License   QR 100.00
   Marriage Solemnization   QR 240.00
   Report of Marriage for PSA Registration   QR 100.00

11. If the contracting party is below 25 years old, submit: Affidavit of Consent issued/signed by the parent/s of both contracting parties, to be notarized by the Philippine Embassy where the parent is residing abroad. If parent is in the Philippines, it should be notarized by Notary Public then authenticated (Red Ribbon) by DFA-Manila - original and four (4) photocopies;

12. If the contracting party is annulled, submit Annotated Marriage Certificate from PSA duly authenticated by the DFA-PH and original court decision - original and four (4) photocopies;

13. If the contracting party is a widow/er, submit Marriage Certificate and Death Certificate of spouse, both PSA duly authenticated by the DFA-PH - original and four (4) photocopies.

 

The Embassy solemnizes marriages only if both parties are Filipinos.  Once the application for marriage is received and processed, the wedding ceremony is scheduled to take place at the Embassy.  Right after the wedding ceremony, the original marriage contract is issued to the couple.