Documents required Marriage registration in Faridabad
Marriage certificate in Faridabad - FAQ
1. How can I get marriage certificate online in Faridabad ?
2. How can I get marriage certificate in Faridabad?
Here is the process for registering a marriage in Faridabad in case you want to apply yourself :
Step 1: The applicant must go to the Haryana government website.
Step 2: From the Online services menu, select "Application for Marriage Registration."
Step 3: Go to the page for the marriage certificate application and click the "Click here to apply" option.
Step 4: The application form for marriage registration can be found on the following page.
Step 5: Complete the application form by entering all the necessary information. Additionally, decide on a payment method and complete the required online payment.
Step 6: After properly completing the application form, click the "Save" option.
Step 7: The applicant will now get an acknowledgement of their submission along with a Transaction ID. The acknowledgement of submission is printed by the applicant.
Step 8: Marriage registration appointment scheduling is done by clicking on the 'My Registration' tab
Step 9: Visit marriage registrar office on the schedule date and time
Step 10 : Issuance of marriage certificate and available for download
As this procedure is very lengthy we suggest you hire a lawyer for your work. We are here to make the whole procedure convenient for you.
3. My husband is living abroad . Can I register marriage?
No. For marriage registration purpose physical presence of both husband and wife is mandatory .
4. Who can be witness ?
Friend or family member anyone can be witness who has ID proof .
5. Is physical presence of witness is mandatory at the time of marriage registration ?
No , only their signature is required on the registration form . Form should be supported by ID proof and passport size photograph of witnesses.
6. To whom Hindu Marriage Act 1955 applies?
It applies to Hindu, Buddhist, Brahma, Parthana and Arya samaj. It does not apply to Muslim, Christian, Parsi or Jew Communities. But it applies to those who follow Hindu religious customs.