| Originally Posted by mummergirl |
i was a little freaked out about it at first, but then a friend of mine had gastric bypass surgery in mexico! i figure if she had a whole major surgery in mexico and is totally fine, then i shouldn't worry about a simple blood test.
the freaky part is can you imagine if one of you tested positive for something and couldn't be married? how mortifying! first you'd have to tell everyone the wedding was off ... and then the reason? awful!
i do have a question tho ... do they only do the blood tests on weekdays? because if so, i will have already spent 2 nights at an all-inclusive and i can only imagine what my blood-alcohol level will be! LOL
Blood Test Required???
Posted 20 September 2008 - 07:02 AM
Posted 20 September 2008 - 10:01 AM
Q. Is there an out of pocket fee we must pay for the Free Wedding Package?
A. There is a mandatory blood test that must be taken at the resort. The cost is approximately $50.00 per person. Translation fees apply to bride or groom for required documents.
Q. Can I translate documents prior to our arrival to the resort?
A. No. All translations must be done at the resort. Additional fees apply.
Q. I was divorced less than one year ago. Can I have my civil ceremony at the Resort?
A. Yes. However, a mandatory pregnancy test must be taken. If positive the ceremony will not be performed. No Exceptions.
Q. What diseases do you test for?
A. HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea and all STD's are tested.
Q. Can I have a doctor perform the blood test in my country and take the results to the resort?
A. No. Blood tests must be taken at the resort.
Q. Will I be able to perform the wedding ceremony if one of the tests came positive?
A. No, under the Mexican Constitution couples that test positive cannot get civilly married in Mexico.
Posted 20 September 2008 - 12:46 PM
Posted 21 September 2008 - 06:36 PM
However, we are considering a religious ceremony (Catholic) has anyone done this? I know there is a lot of requirements for this too, any input?
Posted 26 September 2008 - 09:08 PM
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