Monday, November 16, 2015



We will surely get you married whether your fiance' has only 10, 15, 20 or 30 days visit in the Philippines! 

With complete documentation, legally registered, hassle free! 

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015



Whether it's a RUSH or REGULAR processing of your marriage documentation and wedding preparation, we are here to assist you. 

Our profile is backed-up by more than twenty (20) years of experiences documenting and preparing weddings for different nationals, different ceremonies and in different locations in the Philippines. 

You may CALL / SMS / SKYPE / VIBER at: 

Tel. No. (02) 506-8227  (NCR) 

GLOBE +63915-3745663 / +63917-9622533 

SMART +63918-4356873

SUN +63943-3604726

or visit us at our business centers: 

1. MALATE, MANILA - No. 1259 San Andres St., (between SLEX Osmena Highway & Singalong/Anakbayan Streets) Malate, Manila

2. CALABARZON - Belvedere Townhomes, Bgy. Paradahan 1, Tanza, Cavite

3.  NORTH LUZON - Brentwood Townhomes, Bgy. M. Roxas, Baguio City

4. VISAYAS - Tigbauan, Iloilo Province

5.  MINDANAO - Davao City

(Strictly by appointments only) 


Sunday, April 13, 2014


A. Non-Filipino Citizens
  • Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage- This is a document issued by their respective regional diplomatic officials or consular officials.
  • Additional Requirement for U.S. Military Personnel (Military Approval)
  • Affidavit in Lieu of a Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage
  • Certificate of No Marriage CENOMAR or Certificate of Singleness
  • Documentation regarding paternal consent or advice, if applicable.
  • Passport – 2 photocopies-ID – 2 photocopies - Latest Date of Arrival – 2 photocopies
  •  Marriage applicants aged 18 to 21 must have written parental consent. 
  • Applicants aged 22 to 24 must have received parental advice. 
  • Philippine law prohibits the marriage of individuals under the age of 18.
  • Foreigner who is a divorced
    All the above mentioned requirements are necessary, including:

    Judicial Decree for Absolute Divorce – 1 original 2 photocopies
    Foreigner who is a widow / widower

    All the above mentioned requirements are necessary, including:

    Death Certificate of Deceased Spouse – 1 original and 2 photocopies
    Foreigner who is a naturalized Citizen

    All of the above mentioned requirements are necessary, including:
                 Naturalization Papers – 1 original and 2 photocopies

B. Filipino Fiancé/ Fiancée
The Filipino fiancé/fiancée needs to present the following documents for the marriage registration:
  • An NSO Issued Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of No Marriage from the NSO
  •  A notarized declaration statement from two people stating that the Philippine national is not married.
  • A notarized letter of consent from parents he or she is below 25 years. However, if the parents can appear in person and give the permission on the spot then the letter of consent is not necessary.

Note: A Catholic religious ceremony may be performed even without a civil ceremony and the marriage will still be considered legal in the Philippines. Other non-Catholic churches may require documents and/or seminars not specified below. To be sure, inquire with the church in which you plan to be married. The process below describes the general procedures for arranging a Catholic wedding in the Philippines. However, the policies and procedures of individual churches may vary.

1.    Baptismal and Confirmation Certificates – Required for both the bride and the groom. These documents must be new, be annotated: "FOR MARRIAGE PURPOSES ONLY", and have been obtained not more than three months before the date of marriage;

     For mixed marriage (different religions) – a dispensation must be secured from the Parish Office which will be released after the canonical interview with the parish priest or his assistant. These have to be presented one week before the wedding.

2.    Marriage License – for those who are first married in a civil ceremony, a certified true photocopy of the Marriage Contract with the registry number of the city or town where the marriage was performed must be submitted one week before the wedding date.

3.    Canonical Interview – The parish priest or his assistant will conduct an interview with the bride and the groom one month before the wedding date. The interview will be scheduled upon the signing of the application form. 

4.    Pre-Marriage Seminar – The seminar will be scheduled during the canonical interview or you may inquire at the parish office. Some churches will allow you to attend other pre-wedding seminars such as the Discovery Weekend or Catholic Engaged Encounter.

5.    Permission – The bride must receive permission to marry from her parish, if the venue is in another parish. 

6.    Wedding Banns – The couple must post the schedule of their wedding in their respective parishes. These will be provided during the canonical interview and have to be immediately brought to the respective parishes of the bride and the groom for posting. These have to be returned to the office after three Sundays. (The respective parishes may ask some requirements for the posting of the banns i.e. a picture each from the bride and the couple.)

7.    List of names and addresses of principal sponsors (Ninongs and Ninangs) – 
      The list has to be submitted to the parish office one week before the wedding date. Church policy requires at least a pair of sponsors and, ideally, a maximum of six sponsors.

8.    For widow or widower – A copy of the death certificate of the former spouse must be presented to the parish office.

9.    For renewal of vows – Remember to bring a copy of the Catholic Marriage Contract.