Are you planning to marry in Qatar? If you and your future spouse are both living in Qatar and are hoping to get married there, you have to know that there are certain conditions and requirements you should follow.
As you plan to tie the knot soon, the Philippine Embassy in Doha will help you out but you need to comply with the following requirements:
- Both parties should be Filipino citizens
- An NSO-issued CENOMAR (Certificate of No Marriage) authenticated by DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs). You need to submit the original copy along with 4 duplicate copies.
- NSO-issued birth certificate of both parties authenticated by DFA. You also need to submit original copies along with 4 duplicate copies.
- Photo and signature page of passport of both parties. Submit 4 copies each.
- Six pieces of 1×1 pictures for both parties.
- Letter of No Objection to Marry from the respective employers of both parties.
- A Joint Affidavit of Intention to get married signed by both parties and notarized by the Philippine Embassy.
- Wedding Announcement/Notice posted at least 10 working days before the wedding date.
- Application of Marriage License issued by the Embassy.
Also, you should take note of the following fees:
- Joint Affidavit notarization = QR 100.00
- Marriage License application = QR 100.00
- Marriage Solemnization = QR 240.00
- Report of Marriage for NSO Registration = QR 100.00
Upon completion of all the requirements, the wedding will be scheduled at the embassy. The original marriage contract can then be claimed after the wedding ceremony.
For more information, you may contact:
Philippine Embassy Qatar
Zone 68, Jelaiah Area Doha, State of Qatar
P.O. Box No. 24900. St. No. 860, Doha,Qatar
Phone number: +974 4483 1585
Office hours: Sunday to Thursday, 8AM to 12NN and 1PM to 3:30PM