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The Family Code of the Philippines provides that “records of marriages whether performed by the Philippine Consular Officer or by the local religious or civil authorities shall be kept and transmitted to the Philippine Civil Registrar through the Department of Foreign Affairs”  (Sec.664 of the Philippine Foreign Service Code).

1. For applicants who got married outside the Philippines, submit four (4) sets / photocopies of each of the following documents:

  • Duly accomplished form for Report of Marriage
  • Original marriage certificate
  • Passports of both spouses

2. For applicants who were previously married to another person and later applied for an annulment, submit four (4) sets / photocopies of each of the following documents:

  • Duly accomplished form for Report of Marriage
  • Original marriage certificate
  • Passports of both spouses
  • Copy of the court decision declaring the marriage annulled

3. For widowed applicants who have remarried, submit four (4) sets / photocopies of each of the following documents:

  • Duly accomplished form for Report of Marriage
  • Original marriage certificate
  • Passports of both spouses
  • Death Certificate of deceased spouse

For late registration

  • Affidavit fee of ZAR225

For applicants who were previously married and whose marriage was annulled by court

  • Copy of the Court decision declaring the annulment of marriage duly authenticated by the DFA
  • Copy of the marriage contract with the previous spouse with annotation of the annulment printed on security paper by the NSO and duly authenticated by the DFA

For applicants who is a widow or widower

  • Death certificate of deceased spouse.  If previous spouse died in the Philippines, the death certificate should be authenticated by the NSO in Manila and DFA.

For applicants whose foreign spouse is divorced

  • Copy of the final decree of divorce

 

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