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Many Congratulations on your marriage.
Do you now want to spend this memorable time with your better half or in visiting legal offices to get your marriage registered?

In India it is essential for every couple to obtain a marriage certificate. A marriage certificate is an official government approved statement that two people are married. Marriage registration in India can be done either under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or under the special marriage act 1954. Registration of marriage has been made compulsory by the Supreme court in 2006 for protect women and is the legal proof of marriage.


Marriage registration is compulsory in India

It is essential for every married couple to obtain a marriage certificate.
A marriage certificate is a government record which acts as the legal proof of the marriage.
Marriage registration in India can be done for Hindu couples under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 and for couples of all other religions, including inter-religious couples, under the Special Marriage Act, 1954.
Registration of marriage has been made compulsory by the Supreme Court in 2006 to ensure that every couple has a legal proof of the marriage.


The Importance of of marriage registration

Apart from acting as a proof of the marriage, a marriage certificate is required while applying for a passport, for legally changing the wife’s last name, availing benefits under insurance, getting travel visas, opening a bank account under the new name, filing joint taxes, applying for loans, etc. after marriage.


The challenges in marriage registration

For most couples, getting a marriage registered is a fairly tiresome exercise.
There is a lack of clarity regarding the process and documents - and this often requires multiple visits to the government office by the husband and the wife. Eventually, many couples approach registration agents, who are neither reliable, nor cost effective.
During the first few months of marital bliss, wouldn’t you wish to spend your time with your better half instead of visiting government offices for getting your marriage registered?


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Fees for Registration of Marriage

The all-inclusive fee for marriage registration starts at Rs. 6,000. The actual fee depends on several factors, such as the place of marriage, the city of registration and the availability of documents. To know the fee applicable in your specific case, click here.


Essentials for Marriage Registration in India

Application form - To be provided by us
Proof of address - Aadhar card, Passport, Voter ID card, etc. of both husband and wife
Proof of Age - Document showing date of birth of both husband and wife (husband should be over 21 years of age and wife should be over 18 years of age)
Photographs - 5 passport size photographs and 1 marriage photograph
Marriage affidavits - To be provided by us
Marriage invitation card
One witness - A person who has attended the wedding, has an Aadhar Card, and can accompany you to the marriage registration office
Decree of divorce - In case one of the spouses is a divorcee


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