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Marriage Registration Form

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DETAILS OF WIFE

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DETAILS OF HUSBAND

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MARRIAGE DETAILS

Date of Marriage
Proof of marriage and age
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Marriage Registration in India

Marriage Registration is a process of legalising a marriage by proper authority. It provides valid proof that two people are married. It is crucial for several reasons, such as establishing the rights of spouses in legal matters concerning divorce, property inheritance, and custody of children.

As of 2023, the law varies by region. In some states, it’s mandatory, while in others, it isn’t. However, it’s highly recommended for legal validation and to avoid any future disputes.

The two main Acts are the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, applicable to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, and Sikhs, and the Special Marriage Act, 1954, applicable to all citizens regardless of their religion.

As per the Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006, the legal age for marriage in India is 21 years for males and 18 years for females.

The documents generally required are:

  1. Birth certificates of both the bride and the groom.
  2. Proof of residence.
  3. Passport-size photographs.
  4. Invitation card of marriage.
  5. Affidavit mentioning the date and place of marriage.
  6. Certificate from the priest (for Hindu Marriage Act) if the marriage was solemnized religiously.

The processing time can range from 15 to 60 days, depending on the local rules and the Act under which the marriage is being registered.

Yes, a marriage performed abroad can be registered in India under the Foreign Marriage Act, 1969, provided at least one spouse is an Indian citizen at the time of marriage.

As of 2023, some states offer online registration. The general process includes:

  1. Visit the official website of the respective state’s registration department.
  2. Fill the application form with all the necessary details.
  3. Upload the required documents.
  4. Pay the applicable fee.
  5. An appointment date will be provided for a visit to the Registrar’s office for verification.

Please note, the process may slightly vary from state to state.

The registration fee varies by state and can range from INR 100 to INR 1,000. It is advisable to check with the local registration office for precise information.

In case of any discrepancies or errors in the marriage certificate, you should immediately contact the issuing authority or the marriage registrar’s office for necessary corrections.