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#1 m_willis22

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    Posted 02 January 2009 - 07:06 PM

    what is all the paperwork needed to get married in Jamaica? i want to make sure i have everything.

    #2 Lilpaisley

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      Posted 02 January 2009 - 07:20 PM

      This is from the Riu website. I just spent a few hours on Monday at the courthouse getting all our paperwork taken care of. I should be mailing it off shortly. It wasn't really that difficult to get it all together. Good luck!

      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)

      Renewal of vows in Jamaica:
      These ceremonies are a blessing. However, in Jamaica, you need to send us a photocopy of the Marriage Certificate.

      *All documents have to be notarized and presented in English 30 days prior to the ceremony.

      If your wedding is performed at Riu Palace Tropical Bay, please send the documents to the following address:

      * Riu Palace Tropical Bay
      Norman Manley Blvd
      Negril, Hanover
      Jamaica W.I.

      In attention to Keneika Rowe, the on- site wedding coordinator.

      If your wedding is performed at the RIU Ocho Rios, please send the documents to the following address:

      * RIU Ocho Rios
      Mammee Bay P.O.
      Ocho Rios
      St. Ann
      JAMAICA

      In attention to Chandlyn Edwards, the on-site wedding coordinator.

      If your wedding is performed at the RIU Negril, please send the documents to the following address:

      * RIU Negril
      Norman Manley Boulevard
      Bloody Bay Negril
      JAMAICA

      In attention to Dionne Arthurs, the on-site wedding coordinator.

      Riu Montego Bay, Jamaica - Feb 28, 2009
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      #3 pearlygirl

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        Posted 02 January 2009 - 07:27 PM

        This was sent in an email to me from the WC at Riu Negril. I'm pretty sure the required documents are the same at ROR.

        Notarized / certified copies of Birth Certificate
        Notarized / certified copies of divorce papers (If applicable)
        Notarized / certified copies of death certificate (If applicable)
        Notorized copies of Documents stating name changes (If applicable)
        Notarized written parental consents (If below 21 years)
        Notorized Photocopy of driver’s license, or Passport..
        If Clients are European there will be an extra charge of $200 for legalizing Marriage Certificate.(Prices are subjected to change without notice.)
        All documents have to be sent, notarized in English and 30 days prior to planned ceremony

         

         

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        #4 Ellipse22

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          Posted 02 January 2009 - 07:48 PM

          I got married at ROR and I sent a notorized copy of my driver's license & passport. If this is your first marriage then that's all you need.

          #5 YoursTruly

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            Posted 03 January 2009 - 01:46 PM

            I ended up sending my DL, passport and Birth Certificate. Chantelle instructed me to send all three. But I think you should be okay with Birth Cert and either DL or passport.

            #6 tmemise

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              Posted 04 January 2009 - 10:43 PM

              I just got an email from Chandlyn and they want the long form of your BC. Just an FYI

              #7 karamelegirl

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                Posted 05 January 2009 - 02:29 PM

                Hi there,
                what if you can't get it? What do u do then?

                #8 sunstarsmoon

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                  Posted 05 January 2009 - 06:40 PM

                  There was a post like this not to long ago. And I was in a panic about the long birth certificate. You can do it online on the canadian government site. I am pretty sure the thread was called paperwork gone & 3 months left. You might find this very helpful.
                  July 8, 2011, Couples Sans Souci Ocho Rios, Jamaica

                  #9 Marnie&Peter

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                    Posted 05 January 2009 - 10:05 PM

                    We arent doing the long birth certificates. It doesnt say on the website that it has to be long, and some people have already stated that the short birth certificate is fine...

                    Such a hassel and a lot of money to order the long version, not to mention how long it will take to get to you!

                    #10 chicklet

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                      Posted 05 January 2009 - 10:15 PM

                      You don't need the long copy....lots of other brides have just done the short copy. I just sent the long one which threw everyone into a tizzy..*lol*




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