Moon Palace 2011 Brides in Destination Wedding in Riviera Maya, Cancun & surrounding areas Posted July 31, 2011 Unless I'm skimming too fast over something I don't see where it requires PreCana. THis is from the website. Documents required for Civil/Legal ceremonies Home address and occupations (Bride & Groom) Birth Certificates (certified copy of each one) VALID PASSPORTS Original blood test (To determine Blood type, H.I.V and S.T.D). Tests must be taken at the resort and results are ready within 24 hrs. (Fee of approx. $50.00 per person is included in the administrative/government fee ) (Fee of approx. $84 for Isla Mujeres only is included in the administrative/government fee) If test is positive a special release must be signed by couple in order to proceed with the ceremony. (Does not apply to Aventura Cove/ Aventura Spa, Playacar, Cozumel and Isla Mujeres, if test is positive wedding cannot be performed). Results will be delivered directly to the justice of the peace. Certified copy of former spouseâ€™s Death Certificate (If applicable)* If divorced, a certified copy of Divorce Decree is required. If divorced more than once, please bring each Divorce Decree. If divorced less than one year, a mandatory pregnancy test must be taken. If test is positive, wedding cannot be performed. If divorced less than one year, mandatory pregnancy test will be required. Additional fee of $15.00usd approx. applies if a pregnancy test is required. Legal documentation of adoption or name change (If applicable)* Tourist ID (Provided by customs upon your arrival at Cancun International Airport). Please be sure to complete all information correctly on tourist ID, otherwise you may need to obtain a new Tourist ID at the Airport. Name, age, nationality, home address, occupation, passport and tourist ID of 4 witnesses. Witnesses must arrive two (2) business days (Monday â€“Saturday) prior to ceremony. Witnesses must be 18 years or older. If witnesses are not available, Palace Resorts will provide them at no additional cost. Bride and Groom must arrive in Cancun at least three (3) business days (Monday â€“Saturday) prior to the wedding ceremony to meet with the wedding planner and submit all documents. Bride & Groom must be at the resort by (12:00 PM) or earlier in order to consider day of arrival as the first day. The Bride & Groom must NOT be legally married in order to qualify for our civil ceremony. If they are already married, only a Symbolic wedding or Vow Renewal ceremony can be performed. Important-If the Bride or Groom's nationality is Mexican, additional documents are required. Please advise your wedding coordinator at least 3 months in advance. Names on Tourist ID, divorce decree and Passport MUST be the same, including spelling. Names on Tourist ID, divorce decree, birth certificates and Passport MUST be the same. Please be advised the civil registry department will take the exact names reflected on the Bride and Grooms passport to generate the marriage certificate. Please note that Birth Certificates, Divorce Decrees, Death Certificates, adoption and name change documents become the property of the State of Quintana Roo, Mexico. A Marriage Certificate is provided by the State of Quintana Roo, Mexico for civil ceremonies, this is a legal document issued in Spanish. All wedding couples must contact their local court house for filing requirements. Every state/country is different when it comes to filing of foreign marriage documents. Some states/countries require the certificates to be translated from Spanish to English others may require additional paper work to be filed. This is the couplesâ€™ responsibility and Palace Resorts is not liable for any additional charges that may be associated according to the state/countryâ€™s requirements on supplementary paperwork. Ceremony cannot be performed unless all documents are in order. (NO EXCEPTIONS). All documents with the exception of passports become the property of the State of Quintana Roo, Mexico. . All documents must be translated into Spanish at the resort. In order to do this all, documents presented must be issued in English. If Birth Certificates are not issued in English, please notify your wedding planner. Additional paperwork will apply. Cost may vary depending on number of pages per document.