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Online Marriage Registration in Pakistan

Online marriage registration certificate in Karachi, Islamabad/Rawalpindi & Lahore, Pakistan

Online Marriage Registration in Pakistan service is offered by Pakistan Legal Forum for a nominal fee. Contact us for online marriage registration in Pakistan in Karachi, Islamabad/Rawalpindi & Lahore

A marriage certificate is a legal document that proves a marriage has taken place. It provides proof of your marital status, which you can use to claim certain government benefits and rights.

If you do not have a marriage certificate, it’s possible to apply for one from the relevant authority in Pakistan. However, there are some requirements for this process:

  • You must be at least 18 years old or older if applying for an original birth certificate (OBC) with proof of identity and age.
  • If under 18 years old, both parties’ parents can apply on behalf of their child—but only if both parents are present at the time of application and provide written consent for their child’s birth record to be updated with their current address information (if applicable).

Online Marriage Registration in Lahore

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Online marriage registration certificate in Rawalpindi

If you’re getting married in Rawalpindi, the government has made it easier to get a marriage certificate online by creating an online service that allows couples to fill out their forms and submit them. The procedure for obtaining a certificate is normally simple, but it varies from province to province – so make sure you check with your provincial government before trying this method!

Online marriage registration certificate in Islamabad

There are two ways to register your marriage in Pakistan. One is through the Union Council, which is the local government body that oversees your area. The other is through a civil court.

In order for a union council to accept marriage applications, at least one of you must be a resident of the area where the union council has jurisdiction. If neither party resides within that jurisdiction, then both must show up and submit an application along with their current identification cards (such as national ID cards). This process can take anywhere from 15 minutes to two hours, depending on how busy things are and how much help is available at the office.

Once you have submitted your application, you will receive notice by mail or text message when it has been approved or denied by either party’s family/legal guardian(s).

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Online Marriage Registration in Pakistan

Online marriage registration is a service provided by the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) of Pakistan. This service allows couples to register their marriage online, without having to visit any office or submit forms. It is a convenient way of registering your marriage, as it saves you time and money.

The process requires you to fill out an online application form with all the required information about yourselves, as well as your family members on both sides. You will then receive an email confirmation for your application, which will include instructions on how to proceed with the process once you have filled out all necessary fields correctly.

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Nadra Nikah Request Form

You can obtain a certificate of marriage from the Union Council on request. The procedure for obtaining a certificate depends on which province you live in, so check with your provincial government to find out what paperwork is required before applying

The procedure of obtaining a certificate is normally simple, but the law varies from province to province, so you'll need to check with your provincial government.

The procedure of obtaining a certificate is normally simple, but the law varies from province to province, so you’ll need to check with your provincial government. The easiest way to do this is by visiting their website and doing a search for “online marriage registration”. You will be directed to the right page on their site where all the information that you need will be listed. This may include forms and instructions on how they want them completed.

In some cases, it may be necessary for one or both parties to have their fingerprints taken before registering online. They will only require your fingerprint if there are any doubts about whether you are who you say you are (e.g., if someone claims they live overseas).

You must register within one month of getting married in order for your request for a certificate to be accepted by NADRA; however, this can vary depending on which province has jurisdiction over where you were married. For example: If two people from Swat get married in Karachi but live in Lahore after moving there together afterward – then both regions would have jurisdiction over them (and therefore could issue certificates).