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.