Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Getting a No Impediment to Marry certificate


Certificate of No Impediment to Marry

Filipinos intending to marry in Singapore under the Registry of Marriages (www.rom.gov.sg) may be required by the latter to submit a No Impediment to Marry certificate. For queries, email the Embassy’s Civil Registry Officer through civilregistry.sgpe@gmail.com

The Philippine Embassy in Singapore may issue the No Impediment to Marry certificate. The documentary requirements for this certificate are as follows:

  1. Personal appearance of the applicant
  2. Accomplished application form
  3. Applicant’s Passport, original and photocopy
  4. Applicant’s Birth Certificate, authenticated by the DFA
  5. Applicant’s Singapore-issued IC (if applicant is not residing in Singapore, fiancé(e)’s IC), original and photocopy
  6. Any of these documents, depending on the applicant’s status:
    • If applicant is single, original PSA Certificate of No Marriage Record, authenticated by the DFA
    • If applicant was previously married and annulled, either PSA Amended Marriage Certificate (DFA-authenticated) or Philippine Court’s Certificate of Finality (DFA-authenticated)
    • If applicant was married and divorced, either PSA Amended Marriage Certificate (DFA-authenticated) or Philippine Court’s Certificate of Finality (DFA-authenticated)
    • If applicant is a widow or widower, PSA Death Certificate of spouse, authenticated by the DFA
  7. If applicant is age 18-20 years old, Affidavit of Parental Consent, notarized by a public notary in the country where the signing parent resides
  8. If applicant is age 21-25 years old, Affidavit of Parental Advice, notarized by a public notary in the country where the signing parent resides
  9. Consular fee of SGD 42.50 (per certificate to be issued)

The certificate of No Impediment to Marry will be issued 2 business days after the submission of the complete requirements.

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