Private marriage in UAE on visit visa – Tips for Qatar couples
The UAE government recently changed its laws regarding marriage, unmarried pregnancies, and alcohol consumption. The new legislation, however, has yet to be fully implemented. As a result, understanding the marriage procedure in the UAE is critical. This article will discuss the UAE Marriage Requirements for a Visit Visa in 2021.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION IF YOU ARE ON A VISIT VISA AND WISH TO GET MARRIED IN UAE
In other words, Muslim foreigners on a visit visa cannot apply to marry in the Dubai Sharia court. Non-Muslim expats should contact their respective embassy for more information. However, there are some circumstances in which a visit visa may be valid:
- If the man who wants to get married is on a visit visa in Dubai. Then the documents of the woman’s (who he wants to marry) father or guardian will be necessary for the man’s medical
- Additionally, If the woman is living in Dubai on a visit visa then with her guardian, the residency visa of the man will be sufficient
- If the father or guardian of the Muslim woman is a Non-Muslim then the woman who wants to marry will be required to have a no-objection letter from her embassy
CONDITIONS TO MARRY IN DUBAI ON A VISIT VISA
If the bride is visiting the UAE with her father or a legal guardian, the groom’s residency visa will suffice to complete the marriage process. As she is on a visit visa, the bride will be required to provide her medical report in this case.
If the groom is in the UAE on a visit visa, the bride’s father or legal guardian’s documents will be required. If the bride is divorced or widowed, she must present the original certificate of marital status.
The Muslim bride with a non-Muslim guardian or father must obtain a letter of authorization from her consulate. The Foreign Ministry must approve this certificate.
CONCLUDING MARRIAGE IN UAE ON VISIT VISA
These are some of the basic rules and conditions you must meet in order to marry in Dubai while on a visit visa. You can find all of the detailed conditions and rules by visiting your respective embassy.
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