Emirates Bride - - NEWS -

Orig­i­nal pass­ports and pho­to­copies need to be pre­sented by all in­volved.

Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion pa­pers are also re­quired for the bride’s fa­ther or guardian, as well as the two wit­nesses.

If the bride’s fa­ther is de­ceased, a Sharia’ah Dec­la­ra­tion of his death must be pro­vided. In this case she must have con­sent from her brother or an un­cle. If there are no male rel­a­tives to give con­sent, doc­u­men­ta­tion of proof is nec­es­sary. Al­ter­na­tively if the bride’s fa­ther can­not be present, he must pro­vide a let­ter of con­sent, along with a cer­ti­fied copy of his pass­port to ver­ify his sig­na­ture.

In the case that the bride is Mus­lim and her fa­ther is not, a cer­tifi­cate of no im­ped­i­ment (no ob­jec­tion) is re­quired from ei­ther the bride’s em­bassy or con­sulate.

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