In this article introduces about: [mainland how to apply for a marriage certificate, what information is needed to obtain a marriage certificate], and provides the corresponding legal common sense, I hope that friends who have questions about this problem can bring help.
The marriage formalities only need to go to the marriage registration office where one of the men and women's permanent residence is located to handle it.
Since October 2003, marriage registration only requires a household registration book and ID card, and three two-inch photos of the couple's recent half-length group photo with their heads off. The old mandatory unit or neighborhood committee to open a letter of introduction has been completely abolished.
If there is any inconsistency between the records on the resident identity card and the household register, the parties concerned shall first go to the relevant departments for correction; If the identity card or the household registration book is lost, the parties shall first go to the household registration department to replace the certificate. If you are remarried, you should also bring your divorce papers. Note: Marriage registration must be handled in person and must not be handled by others. According to the relevant provisions of the "marriage registration Regulations", if it is an urban hukou, directly to the civil affairs department or county or township (town) people can handle it, the neighborhood committee proof needed in the past is no longer needed. If it is a rural household registration, because the state has no unified provisions for marriage registration organs in the countryside for the time being, so the marriage parties had better go to the village committee for detailed consultation. END
(1) If a Chinese citizen applies for marriage within the territory of China, both parties must apply for marriage registration in person at the marriage registration office in the place where one party has a household registration. When applying, the following documents and certificates shall be presented: (1), household registration certificate; (2) Resident identity card; (3) the marital status certificate issued by the unit, the villagers committee or the residents committee.
(2) Both Chinese citizens and foreigners applying for marriage in China shall jointly apply for registration at the marriage registration office designated by the people of the province, autonomous region or municipality directly under the Central Government where the registered residence of either Chinese citizen is located. Chinese citizens and foreigners applying for registration must hold the following documents respectively:
(1) Chinese citizens must hold: (1) their household registration certificate; ② The certificate of my name, gender, date of birth, nationality, marital status (unmarried, divorced, widowed), occupation, nature of work, and who to apply for marriage issued by the people at the county level or the organs, schools, institutions, and enterprises at the county level or above where I work.
(2) Foreign nationals must hold: (1) their own passport or an identity or nationality document in lieu of a passport (stateless persons are exempt); (2) Aliens' Residence Permit issued by the authorities; (3) The certificate of my name, gender, date of birth, nationality, marital status (unmarried, divorced, widowed), occupation, nature of work, and who to apply for marriage issued by the people at the county level or the organs, schools, institutions, and enterprises at the county level or above where I work.
(3) Foreigners must hold: (1) their own passport or other identity or nationality documents; (2) The Foreigner's Residence Permit issued by the authorities, or the identity certificate issued by the foreign affairs department, or the temporary entry or residence permit to China; (3) The marriage status certificate issued by the notarial organ certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country (or the organ authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and the Chinese embassy and consulate in the country, or the marriage status certificate issued by the embassy and consulate in China.