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Marriage Certificate Mumbai

A)   The marriage must be conducted under the special marriage act, 1954.

  1. Application: An applicant needs to apply on a prescribed registration form. The limitation for bride’s age is 18 years and of bridegroom’s is 21 years.
  2. Documents needed :
  • Proof of age of both bride as well as bridegroom. ( except birth certificate, domicile certificate, 10th class certificate or passport)
  • Proof of residence including both bride along with bridegroom signatures. (Passport, Ration card, Voter I-card, Electricity bill or telephone bill in their name separately.)
  • Passport sized photographs of both bride and bridegroom.
  • Documents are required to be produced in original with 2 attested photocopies.
  • If the women are widow/ widower, Death certificate issued by the Municipal Authority needs to be produced.
  • In situation of a divorcee, a divorce certificate has to be produced.

B)   If it is conducted under the Special Marriage Act, 1954, section 16.

  • A prescribed application form must be signed by both husband and wife will be accepted before getting a marriage certificate Mumbai.
  • Marriage must have been taken place anywhere in India and the couple should be living together in the knowledge of Marriage Officer Jurisdiction.
  • In case of special marriage, application should have been done a month earlier.
  • Proof of residence of both the parties should be produced separately with application.

C)   In case of marriage being conducted under Maharashtra regulation marriage bureaus and registration of  marriages 1998

  1. The marriage form must be submitted issued by the Marriage Officer of Mumbai with a court fee charged stamp of Rs. 100.
  2. Documents required for marriage certificate Mumbai:
  • Proof of age of bride and bridegroom except Passport, PAN card, Domicile certificate or birth certificate.
  • Proof of residence of both bide and bridegroom ( Ration card, Electricity bill, telephone bill, Voter I-card or Passport in their names separately.)
  • Proof of witness-3 (Ration card, Passport, Voter I- card, Driving License or Government Identity card.)
  • Wedding invitation card.
  • In case wedding card is unavailable, stamps of Rs. 100 with three witnesses are required.
  • A Rs 100 court stamp fee.
  • Photographs of both bride and bridegroom.


  1. All the documents produced should be in original with 2 photocopies of each. Both bride and bridegroom with three witnesses should be there in front of the Registrar in person and will sign the memorandum under section 6 B of Maharashtra Marriage Act 1998.
  2. In case of widow/widower , a Death certificate of the spouse should be produced.
  3. In case of a divorcee, a Divorce certificate should be produced.
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