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  1. #1
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    Sep 2010
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    Default Question for someone for got married at couples!

    Did you need to submit and "single and free to marry" document?
    Thanks

  2. #2
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    Jun 2009
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    From the wedding FAQs:

    What documentation is needed and when?

    -Must be 18 years of age and on island for 3 days prior to wedding.

    -Birth certificates (notarized or certified copies of the original must be sent to our office at least 30 days prior to arrival). Documents submitted will not be returned as they are kept by the Jamaican Government.

    -Divorce Decree [if divorced] – first and last pages only (notarized or certified copies of the original must be sent to our office at least 30 days prior to arrival)

    -Death certificate [if widowed] (notarized or certified copies of the original must be sent to our office at least 30 days prior to arrival)

    -Copy of Photo ID or Passport (doesn’t need to be notarized)

    All documents must be notarized and translated professionally into English.
    Pamela
    I know everything, and I'm always right (just ask my husband).

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    If you've never been married before it's just the notarised birth certificates and passports that you need to send them. Congrats - it's a great way to get married!

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