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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #60 on: September 22, 2010, 06:20:28 PM »
^requirements for him to get married to you here?

Kelangan niya ng parang cenomar coming from his country, authenticated by the German embassy, certificate of live birth, passport yata for identification purposes.

^^ hindi pwede, public record kasi yan. Kailangan ilagay ang tamang date ng marriage whether you like the date or not.

@ebiko - marriage license is the authority granted to you and your partner to get married anywhere in the Philippines. Marriage certificate is issued after you get married to prove such fact of marriage that took place.
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #61 on: October 25, 2010, 02:08:45 AM »
hello

may question lang po. I hope someone could help me.

me and my fiance have plans to get married. and aware na kami sa requirements. Is there any way or municipality na allow us not to present the CENOMAR, kase sa akin ok lang ako magrequest sya hindi puede since may previous marriage pa sya na hndi annulled pero separated na.

meron bang way to be married sa any municipality or ways to be married without the CENOMAR?

kailangan ba kukuha ka lang ng license sa municipality kung saan ako or siya nakatira? if ako taga makati, and sya taga san juan, hindi ba possible to file marriage license in manila or anywhere else basta no CENOMAR is requested?

sana may magreply.. thanks

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #62 on: October 26, 2010, 12:00:29 PM »
^sis, why not wait until his previous marriage is annulled before you two get married? If you get married now, granting that you can secure a marriage license, it will be null and void from the beginning. You are just taking on a whole lot of problems.

If you two want to start your life together, I suggest you do it right. Finalized the annulment first.
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #63 on: October 28, 2010, 02:38:44 PM »
ask lang po hanggang ilang taon ang dapat na may parents consent para magpakasal?
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #64 on: October 29, 2010, 03:13:37 AM »
^ 24?

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #65 on: October 30, 2010, 11:16:13 AM »
hello

may question lang po. I hope someone could help me.

me and my fiance have plans to get married. and aware na kami sa requirements. Is there any way or municipality na allow us not to present the CENOMAR, kase sa akin ok lang ako magrequest sya hindi puede since may previous marriage pa sya na hndi annulled pero separated na.

meron bang way to be married sa any municipality or ways to be married without the CENOMAR?

kailangan ba kukuha ka lang ng license sa municipality kung saan ako or siya nakatira? if ako taga makati, and sya taga san juan, hindi ba possible to file marriage license in manila or anywhere else basta no CENOMAR is requested?

sana may magreply.. thanks

sorry sis, pero requirement na talaga siya, pati sa church. may nagre-require na ng cenomar.

katulad ng mga sisses natin, much better kung malinis ang papel ng h2b mo, meaning, annulled na ang previous marriage niya, otherwise, kahit separated sila ng wife niya, sad to say binding pa rin ang marriage nila,  magiging other woman ang status mo. 
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #66 on: October 30, 2010, 10:08:10 PM »
eh what if naman nakapagfile na ng licence pero mali ang family name ko na nailagay? -clerical error. sinubukan na ipa'correct pero ayaw nila icorrect. kesyo may napansin na tampered daw ang birth cert ko which is hindi naman. would it be possible na magfile na lang sa ibang city hall? hindi kaya magkaproblema un? wala naman kasalan na nagaganap pa, dahil nga mali nga iyong apelyedo ko sa licence. ayaw na namin makipagtalo, parang it's a waste of time lang kasi eh, ang dating ba parang gustong magpabayad. fixer kumbaga. expire na rin iyong licence.

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #67 on: October 31, 2010, 10:40:49 PM »
^ get a new one na nga lang si. okay lang yun, nag eexpire naman sya eh.
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #68 on: April 14, 2011, 07:47:03 AM »
^^ you can file your license at the LCR of your residence or the residence of your bf.
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #69 on: April 14, 2011, 07:48:17 AM »
ask lang po hanggang ilang taon ang dapat na may parents consent para magpakasal?
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #70 on: June 18, 2011, 01:10:17 PM »
sis mahal na ang tagal pa pag church :) civil sobrang bilis :)

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #71 on: June 25, 2011, 02:29:08 AM »
may question lang po ako, hope somebody could answer....nag request po kasi yung friend ko ng copy ng marriage contract at marriage license sa civil registry kung saan sya ikinasal....nakakuha sya ng marriage contract pero yung marriage license wala daw makita, dun sa marriage certificate nila may nakalagay na license number at date....mabilisan lang kasi yung kasal nila....hndi na sila nakakuha ng marrigae license sabi kasi ng naka usap nila sa cityhall (kalookan) sila na daw bahala, nung lumabas [textspeak!] contract nila, same yung date of marriage and [textspeak!] date ng license...ask ko lang if valid ba sya...and posible bang wala talagang marriage license since wala naman makitang copy sa civil registry? TIA

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #72 on: July 08, 2011, 11:43:43 AM »
hi mga sis,

ask lang ako re: officiator for civil wedding, meron bang okay after office hours? manila city hall kami magapply. kasi hindi pwede si h2b during the day, so either i-resched namin or hanap kami ng okay with 6-7pm. anniversary kasi namin yun, kaya gusto ko sana sa date na yun ang nakalagay sa papers. church wedding kasi namin is random date lang.
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #73 on: July 12, 2011, 12:50:54 PM »
hi mga sis..I am married already in civil but wanted to be married in Church...here goes my questions:
   
1. is it okey if we secure again another marriage license since gusto namin na ibang license ang gamitin if sa church na kami magpapakasal?

2. tsaka valid din po bang gamitin ang 2nd license namin? thank you :D
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #74 on: July 26, 2011, 02:38:47 PM »
^naalala ko yung movie ni judy ann and ryan, KKK ata yun.. si ryan may dala na agad marriage license,w/o juday's knowledge.. heheh.. so, so untrue pala nun.. hehe, sorry, di ko kasi makalimutan yung part na yun sa movie at hindi ko naman alamna kailangan pala talaga 2 kayong present para kumuha nitong marriage license..

Hi. If I may join in. :D Muslim wedding kami ni hubby sis and totoo, may marriage license ng hawak before th
wedding. Binihay yata ng Imam kay hubby tas filled out na ng info namin. Dahil parang "nagpaalam" kami sa
Muslim Affairs about our wedding. Tas sa wedding na mismo namin pinirmahan, kasali yung 2 witnesses na hindi
related sa amin. ;)
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #75 on: October 08, 2011, 03:28:31 PM »
Mga sis help naman.

kasi i have my marriage liscence na. So punta nalang kami sa hall of justice sa quezon city hall para mag pa schedule kaso ganto nangyare.
Pagdating ko sa hall of justice, nagtanong ako sa guard kung san magpapa schedule ng kasal. Tapos tinuro ako nung guard sa isa pang guard at pinasamahan ako sa room nung isang judge sa basement ng hall of justice. Tapos nagantay ako. Nung dumationg na yung judge, ang sabi sakin eh magbabayad daw ako ng 3,500 para sa processing fee lahat lahat. At eto pa, kailangan daw, yung sa marriage certificate naman, gagawin niyang yung isa samen ay Christian Catholic. Hindi daw pwedeng parehas na Roman Catholic. E nagtaka nako! kasi una, hinihingan ako ng bayad, eh ang sabi sa seminar mag raraffle lang ng judge. Pangalawa, papalitan yung religion ng isa samen which will make the infos in opur marige cert faliable already.

So help naman. Wala na ba talgang hindi fixer sa City Hall??? Saan ba talaga kami pupunta to schedule our wedding in a LEGAL way?

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #76 on: March 06, 2012, 04:10:03 PM »
Hi sissses...

Pwede ba magkasal yung reverend ng Catholic?

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #77 on: March 13, 2012, 09:09:56 PM »
Does anyone know where to track down wedding officiants for civil weddings? Someone who can perform marriages outside the courtroom or mayor's office?

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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #78 on: March 21, 2012, 12:27:05 PM »
3500 din ang binayad namin sa judge na nagkasal sa amin, discounted pa daw iyan... sa amin kasi sa mismong reception venue narin kami kinasal, may pinapirmahan sa amin si judge na papel dahil nga outside the courtroom ang kasal namin.
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Re: Civil Wedding Questions
« Reply #79 on: April 20, 2012, 09:35:44 AM »
@laracamille: Hi sis. Civil wedding yung amin last 2009, binayaran ko all in all is 1,000Php lang. Yung sa case mo, kung hindi ako nagkakamali, kung 3,000Php up ang singil, kadalasan sa labas ng courtroom ang kasal, sa venue na pinili ng couple, gaya nung kay @Paperless. What I can suggest is punta ka sa ibang part ng munisipyo. Kapag ihahatid ka na naman sa ibang judge (sa iba ka magpahatid, kamo nag-iinquire ka pa lang) itanong mo magkano. Then kung iba ang iku-quote sa 'yo, banggitin mo na bakit sa nauna ganito ganyan ang singil. Kahit makahingi ka man lang ng two to three na quotation sa iba o kung may help desk sa munisipyo niyo mas maganda.

@unibrowcow: Para ma-track mo sis kung legitimate wedding officiants sila you can inquire sa SEC. Sila kasi ang nagha-handle ng legal permits. Kung revoked o iba yung status nung officiant (o nung sector kung saan sila nagpo-fall under, alanganin yun. They also have a help desk kung di ako nagkakamali para ma-assistehan ka.

@switblububbles: Na-verify mo na ba 'yan sis? Saan mo ba balak magpakasal, ibang venue o sa church talaga? And si Reverend is anong religious sector (Born Again, etc.)
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