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Weddings in tobago - Legal Requirements

Weddings in tobago - Legal Requirements

Documents required by The Holiday Place 12 weeks prior to departure are as follows:

Proof of identity: A copy of a full passport valid for at least 6 months and birth certificate.

Divorced: A copy of the original decree absolute or a notarized copy of the decree absolute.

Widow(er): A copy of original Death Certificate of deceased spouse.

Name change: A copy of Deed Poll under which change has been done.

Adoption: A copy of adoption certificate is required.

Persons under the age of 18 must have documented consent from a parent or legal guardian.

Documents in languages other than English must be accompanied by certified English translations.

Residency: Both parties must be resident in Tobago (and/or Trinidad) for a minimum of 3 days before the wedding ceremony. It is important to note that the day of your arrival does not count in the three-day period. In order to get a Special Marriage Licence, both parties must be non-residents of Trinidad & Tobago.

Fees: The license costs US$55 (TT$337.50) and the fee must be paid in cash at the Registrar General’s Office or the Warden’s Office, in Scarborough. On applying for the license both parties will be asked to legally declare that they are single and free to marry.

Ceremony: Wedding ceremonies can be conducted almost anywhere, subject to agreement with the priest or minister who will require a marriage licence. Ceremonies can only take place after 6am and before 6pm. You must have at least two witnesses present during the ceremony.

All Original documents must be presented in the resort.