✔️ Included in the current offer
❌ Can be added as an extra
For Muslim Couples
Let’s go through all the steps you need to go through in order to get a wedding certificate usable in Oman and outside.
What is included
A few basic requirements
For the cost savers
Our team will help you to go through all the needed steps in order to get your wedding done.
Before the Wedding
During the Wedding Day
After the wedding
For the busy bees
Our team will take care of all the steps of the process for you until you receive your wedding certificate in the country of your residence.
Before the Wedding
During the Wedding Day
After the wedding
Abortion is not allowed in the UAE. The statutes specify that anyone who aborts a child or assists in the abortion of a child commits a criminal act.
Continue reading to learn more about abortion in the United Arab Emirates and our ultimate advice for pregnant women.
Anyone who wants an abortion or assists in the abortion of a child is guilty of a federal crime.
Only if the pregnant woman’s or the child’s life is in danger can a pregnancy be terminated at any point. If the kid will not survive after birth, the pregnancy can be terminated if it’s less than 120 days long. A court order may also be used to terminate a pregnancy.
Anyone who aborts a pregnancy or conspires to abort a pregnancy will be prosecuted for a criminal offense.
The most current UAE Penal Law includes a new provision for parenting children born out of wedlock. Anyone who has sexual intercourse with a woman over the age of 18 that results in the birth of a child faces a minimum of two years in prison.
The couple, on the other hand, will not face criminal charges if they marry. Confess joint or separate parental responsibility for the child. And issue the child’s official documents and passport in line with the laws of the country in which either is a national, as well as UAE law.
We advise pregnant women to consider other options. Such as marrying the child’s father if the two have already discussed starting a family. Many countries, like Georgia and Seychelles, make it quite simple for couples to fly down and obtain their marriage license in as little as two weeks.
If you’re having an unexpected pregnancy and planning a wedding, give our team of legal wedding planners a call.
If you are also entering into a new phase of your life and are scouting for the right marriage documents, you need a legal consultant who can help complete all the paperwork. There are so many other factors that need to be considered before you complete all the online marriage legal processes.
In this article; we draw relevance on the marriage documents you need to provide for your marriage registration Vs getting married online
Depending on which country you are residing and choose to get married, have your marriage documents attested, the documents would vary accordingly. But if you are living in one of the GCC countries; you would ideally need the following documents.
All documents need to be self-attested
Both parties can online apply for the marriage registration through the website of the Judicial department of Oman.
Post getting a signed application from both the parties to the marriage registration, the marriage officer will give some time to both the parties to file an objection. Also time will be given to hear any objection within the given time. If all the conditions are fulfilled successfully, the officer will enter the certificate of marriage.
Also, an online marriage certificate will be signed by both the parties who plan to get married and by the witnesses.
While getting married in Oman, might seem simple there are many complications that are involved when either of the parties do not have certain documents. Marrying someone from another religion or a different nationality could increase the complexity of your wedding in Oman.
On the other hand, getting married online is rather easy and hassle free. You could marry your partner even if you currently reside in different countries via zoom remote appearance wedding. We recommend inquiring your wedding situation with a wedding consultant who can help you take the right steps for your big day.
If you are an expat in Oman or in any other GCC countries, you can choose to get married online within the convenience of your home. Speak to a wedding consultant to know more.
To get married in Oman, the bride and groom must both reside in the country. Unlike the reception, the ceremony (i.e. on the beach) cannot take place at the venue of your choice. By avoiding these hurdles, Muslim expats directly conduct the civil marriage without Nikah and get the official document from the consultant embassy.
Let’s hop on the article and learn do Muslim expats have the option of civil marriage without Nikah.
Muslim law stipulates that a couple must perform a religious ceremony prior to becoming legally married. It is the only way a man and woman can get married traditionally. Unlike in other cultures, Islam forbids an intimate relationship without the Nikah. By saying “I accept” in front of God, the Nikah legitimizes the relationship.
In Oman, civil marriage is not legal. The embassy may be able to assist if you cannot get married in a church, mosque or temple. Consult the embassies of the respective countries for more information.
The Department of Notary Public in Al Khuwayr will need to register your marriage within a month of your wedding. You will need the following information to register it:
It is possible to register either by a husband, wife, or a mother
Organizing civil marriage instead of doing Nikah is best for those who intend to settle abroad. Nikah is not considered a legally bound document worldwide. Despite this, Muslim expats also do civil marriage in their respective country courts. In some cases, Muslim couples can do the marriages in both ways. Since civil marriage is not allowed in Oman, people tend to plan their weddings in the Seychelles, Georgia, or online.
Hold the hand of your loved ones and keep your bond stronger whether you choose civil or nikah ceremony, even both. Contact us today!
Both Oman and Saudi Arabia as a land of luxury and grandeur offers several prestigious venues for regal weddings. Unfortunately, the process of legalizing your marriage can be extremely taxing.
As an expat, you will have to go through unimaginable amounts of documentation to start your new life. This process can take weeks or even months before you can finally get married. This is especially true if your paperwork is incomplete, or your partner is not a resident of any of these two countries.
Oman, just like Saudi operates under Sharia law. This makes planning an easy wedding almost impossible for an expat. It gets particularly difficult when it concerns inter-faith marriages.
Expats usually consider to get married in their home countries due to these hurdles. If that isn’t an option for you, we have plenty of others.
A destination wedding in the middle of beautiful blue beaches or lush green forests is always a good idea. Countries like Georgia or Seychelles offer convenient marriage laws to ease your journey to your life partner. These countries require basic identification documents and a small registration fee with the bare minimum waiting period. Georgia and Seychelles support visitors to register their marriages as well.
Having an easy online wedding is another affordable and feasible option for expats. The marriage certificate obtained can be registered easily at the Civil Affairs Office to legalize your wedding.
The wedding day is one of the most awaited days for both bride and the groom. The hectic process of getting married in countries like Saudi or Oman can steal the charm. It is advisable for expats in Saudi to consider an online wedding or a destination wedding in an easy wedding country like Georgia and Seychelles.
Need to discuss more easy wedding options as an expat in Saudi? Contact our team to help you plan your perfect and easy wedding!