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Legal requirements for getting married in St. Vincent & The Grenadines
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The following requirements are applicable to visitors planning to get married in St. Vincent & The Grenadines:

  • Visitors must be in resident in St. Vincent & The Grenadines for at least one full day prior to the wedding ceremony.
  • A marriage license must be obtained from the Attorney General’s office at the Ministry of Justice in St. Vincent, in person.
  • The marriage ceremony must be performed by an official marriage officer, a priest, or a minister registered in St. Vincent.
  • A valid passport must be presented for each party.
  • If a party has been divorced, an official copy of the divorce decree must be presented.
  • If a party is a widow or widower, a certified copy of the spouse’s death certificate must be presented.


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