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#11 chicklet

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    Posted 28 October 2008 - 02:04 PM

    This is what we are here for :)
    Yes, you can do it online. It's actually the form filled out by your mom.

    #12 sunstarsmoon

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      Posted 28 October 2008 - 04:31 PM

      Oh this might be a problem, since I am not that young anymore lol. This is my 2nd wedding.
      Can I get this long form on line I am a bit concerned I was born in 1961.
      July 8, 2011, Couples Sans Souci Ocho Rios, Jamaica

      #13 chicklet

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        Posted 28 October 2008 - 05:02 PM

        *lol* your age doesn't matter ..you just need to know all the information about where u were born and some of your parents history.
        It was really easy.

        https://www.orgforms.....do?eformsId=0

        #14 sunstarsmoon

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          Posted 29 October 2008 - 09:42 AM

          Thanks so much, chicklet. I am going to check that link out right now.
          July 8, 2011, Couples Sans Souci Ocho Rios, Jamaica

          #15 chicklet

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            Posted 29 October 2008 - 05:07 PM

            No prob. If you need help with anything else, let me know :)

            #16 christenew

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              Posted 29 October 2008 - 06:53 PM

              Um problemo. Maybe some other Canadian brides can say what they did but I was not under the impression we needed our long birth certificate. I am just learning this week that such a think exists. Can anyone clarify this.

              #17 jen&tyler

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                Posted 29 October 2008 - 08:34 PM

                I'm with you Christine; I had no idea we needed the LONG birth certificate. I sent my stuff out the other day:photocopies of our birth certificates(wallet size), drivers license, passports. uh oh.....

                #18 christenew

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                  Posted 29 October 2008 - 08:38 PM

                  I think it is possible that you don't need the long certificate. I figure we would have heard from brides that have run into problems if this was the case.

                  #19 chicklet

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                    Posted 29 October 2008 - 08:43 PM

                    I checked on the riu site and it just said birth certificate.
                    I sent the long one..I am hoping that works cause I don't see anyone else saying they used a long one.

                    This is from Riu site
                    Jamaica:
                    Notarized copies of Birth Certificate
                    Notarized copies of Passports or driver’s license
                    Notarized copies of divorce papers (if applicable)
                    Notarized copies of death certificate (if applicable)
                    Notorized Documents stating name changes (if applicable)
                    Notarized, written parental consents (if under 21 years of age)

                    #20 christenew

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                      Posted 29 October 2008 - 08:48 PM

                      ok ladies here's the deal with what I am going to do. I am sending the short one since we just paid $60 because my fiancee lost his this week right before I went to get it notarized so we had to order a new one. I am not going to reorder the long for each of us. $$$. I am going to send her the short one and if I get there and there is a problem I will just say well your website says this birth certificate and this is my birth certificate. I would argue it with her. If there is a problem, fake marry us and I will go to city hall when we get home.




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