Marriage Registration

In India marriages are registered under ‘Hindu marriage act 1955’ and ‘Special Marriage Act 1954’. Hindu marriage act is applicable on Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains whereas special marriage act is applicable on all other casts excluding these mentioned above. Supreme Court of India rolled out a verdict in 2016 and made it compulsory to register every marriage for the protection of women and her rights. A marriage registration certificate is a legal proof of your marriage which will be helpful for acquiring passport, legal name change and legal claim in property.

 

As per the notification of state and central government, a marriage registration is compulsory for all religions within 30 days from the date of marriage in the registrar office. Registration of marriage is a very complicated process includes lots of documentation and frequent visit of Sub-Divisional magistrate’s office to attain a registration certificate after that.

 

Hometurph offers end to end consultancy services for marriage registration to clear the complete documentation procedure under the guidance of expert marriage registration professionals. Expert service providers of Hometurph will guide you for proper marriage registration or registration of solemnized marriage satisfying the minimum age criteria.

 

Our marriage registration certificate consultants in India make the process convenient for you by:

Providing details of every legal obligation which needs to be taken care of
Assisting you in follow-up on your application
Assisting you in follow-up on your application
Keeping you updated with the developments

Total price includes government fee, attestation charges, affidavits, forms, if applicable, and our service charges. Late penalty fee and other charges if applicable as per actual. 

LIST OF DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

 

1) Receipt and certificate by priest, if  held at religious place 

 

2) Application form duly signed by both husband and wife 

 

3) Marriage invitation card, if available

 

4) Attested copy of divorce decree/order in case of a divorcee and death certificate of spouse in case of widow/widower 

 

5) In case of marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act, if one of the parties belong to religion than Hindu, Budhist, Jain and Sikh, a conversion certificate from the priest solemnizing the marriage

 

6) Affidavit by both the parties stating place and date of marriage, date of birth, marital status at the time of marriage and nationality 

 

7) Two affidavits from both parties of their witness who are in blood relation with husband and wife 

 

 

 

ID Proof (any one of the following)

 

    Election photo ID Card/ Voter ID

 

    PAN Card

 

    Passport

 

    Driving License

 

 

 

Address Proof (any one of the following)

 

    LIC Policy

 

    Landline Bill

 

    Gas Connection Bill

 

    Electricity Bill

 

    Bank Passbook

 

 

 

Customer's presence is mandatory at the govt. office

Yes

Estimated time for govt. processing

As per govt. office processing

 

 

 

Our services include:

Making forms available

Guiding you in filling the forms

Collecting and delivering documents from home

Submitting forms at the government office

Getting documents attested and affidavits made if required

Following up with the government offices

Keeping you regularly updated

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