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How to Get Married in New Brunswick

Applications and/or Documents Required: Bring along original copies of the following (and be sure pack these in your hand luggage, never in your checked bags):

Certified Birth Certificate

Photo ID such as Drivers License or passport

If previously married, bring a certified copy of the final divorce decree, or death certificate if marriage ended due to death of spouse.

When applying for the marriage license, you must know the date on which you are getting married, as well as the name of the person who will be performing the ceremony

Both parties to the marriage must appear before the Issuer of Marriage Licenses, where you will each have a separate and private interview.

You will have to complete and sign an Affidavit on Application for a Marriage License. You will be asked to solemnly swear or affirm that the information on the application is true before you sign the form.

Witnesses: You will need to have two witnesses present at the wedding ceremony.

Residency Requirements: none

Waiting Period: none

Blood Test: none

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Note: Lovetripper.com provides the above information for guidance purposes only. Couples should verify all information with the consulate from their respective countries and with the local offices before making any plans.