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REQUIREMENTS FOR A CIVIL CEREMONY

Civil ceremonies are performed solely in Spanish. However, an English translator will be provided upon request.

Required Documents

  • Valid passport; birth certificate; if widowed, the death certificate; if previously married, a divorce decree
  • Certificates indicating that both parties are legally single individuals duly signed and stamped by Dominican law are extremely important. This document will be prepared by the Justice of the Peace and translated by a legal translator
  • Address and occupation of both people who will be married
  • Names of Parents and their addresses
  • Names of Grandparents
  • Names of Best Man and Maid of Honor, their addresses, names of their parents and a copy of each person´s valid passport or identification.
  • Copies of all documents must be received by the Wedding Specialist 14 days prior to the scheduled ceremony. Documents must be approved by the Justice of the Peace in order to permit the wedding ceremony to proceed. Original documents are to be submitted upon arrival to your Hotel Wedding Coordinator

Witnesses are available and a legalized wedding certificate (in Spanish) after you say "I do" is included in the cost of the Civil Marriage Fee.


REQUIREMENTS FOR A RELIGIOUS CEREMONY

Catholic ceremonies are performed in Spanish only (translators may be used) at the beautiful St. Stanislaus Catholic Church at Altos de Chavón.

  • The Hotel Wedding Specialist must receive copies of all pertinent documents a minimum of two months prior to the wedding date. Original documents must be submitted to the church upon arrival and 48 hours before the scheduled service for final approval to be given by the Priest permitting the ceremony to proceed.
  • Donation to the church is required and should be discussed with, and made directly to, the Priest at St. Stanislaus. Your Hotel Wedding Coordinator will put you in touch with the Priest.

VALID DOCUMENTS FOR A RELIGIOUS CEREMONY

Valid passport, birth certificate, baptism certificate and confirmation certificate. If widowed, a death certificate must be presented; a release from your Church authorizing the marriage in the Dominican Republic; and a pre-nuptial certificate from your local parish indicating you have received instructions from the Church.

  • Your address and occupation
  • Names of Parents and their addresses
  • Names of Grandparents
  • Names of Best Man and Maid of Honor, their addresses, names of their parents and a copy of each person´s valid passport or identification
  • Arrangements must be made directly with the Church Officials, with assistance of the Wedding Specialist

Witnesses are not required for a Catholic Ceremony and the priest provides a Canonical Marriage Certificate after the ceremony.

Note: Blood tests are not required in the Dominican Republic.

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