We are required with a few of the legalities that should be fulfilled in order to get married in Dubai and are summed up below:
Obtaining a Marriage License in Dubai strictly for Foreigners.If you are a Non-Muslim who is living in the UAE, you might arrange your wedding at a church or an embassy in UAE.
Bring all the required documents
You should bring along all the required documents and papers in order to get registered for marriage which includes your birth certificates, passports, photocopies, and witnesses, etc.
You can take help from advocates in Dubai in collecting the documents.
Marriage certificate: English Language
If you want to get your marriage certificate in the English language, you can do so but the Arabic translation would still be requisite. After you take delivery of both the versions of your marriage certificate (English and Arabic), you can take the certificates to the Notary public in Dubai.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) will do the additional authentication of the certificates. Moreover, the certificates will then approach the MOFA (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) for further authentication. Subsequent to that, you just need to pay a visit to your embassy for achieving the authenticated certificates. For different nationalities, visit both the embassies. Or you can acquire help from court marriage lawyers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, UAE.
For Islamic Marriages (expatriates)
UAE residence visas would be compulsory for both the bride and groom if they equally are non-UAE nationals.
The Father of the bride or his family lawyers in Dubai would have to come with the couple for the marriage.
Marriage Lawyers in Dubai
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