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Getting Married in the Bahamas
If you're looking for the ideal wedding destination to get married then
The Bahamas is your choice. As The Bahamas have everything to
offer, from ideal year-round weather, breathtaking beaches with the
clearest waters in the world, luxury resorts and boutique hotels with
world class lavish amenities, and of course the incredible warmth of
So if you are planning on getting married, here are,
7 simple steps to getting married in the Bahamas.
There you have it, 7 simple steps to
getting married in the Bahamas.
Residency. You and your partner must be in the Bahamas at least 24 hours before apply for your marriage license.
Prove Identity. You will need to prove that you are who you say you
are. And you 3. can do this with an official passport issued by your
country of residence or birth.
Prove Eligibility. To get
married in the Bahamas you must age 18 and either single, divorced or
widowed and you must be able to prove your eligibility.
Submit to an interview. You and your partner must both be present when
applying for your marriage license at the Registrar General's Office and
be interviewed before your license is granted. No need to worry the
interview is not a difficult one and you should do o.k
Fees. You will have to pay a marriage license fee of $100.00 and to get a
certified copy of your marriage certificate it will cost you $20.00
Contract a Licensed Bahamas Marriage Officer. Once your marriage
license has been approved then you need to contract the services of a
Bahamas Marriage Officer. As all wedding in the Bahamas must be
performed by a Bahamas licensed Marriage Officer.
within 90 days. Your Bahamas Marriage license is valid for 90 days so
you must ensure that you are married within this time or you will have
to reapply for another marriage license.
Glenn S. Ferguson is your Bahamas wedding planner at Bahamas Destination Wedding and wedding officiant Nassau Bahamas. Just ASK Glenn your questions about getting married in the Bahamas to or Tel: 1-242-327-2453
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