Posted 28 September 2009 - 11:58 PM
I got married at Beaches Boscobel on July 17, 2009 and still have not received my marriage certificate. I cannot chnage my name, or get added to my husband's insurance. Can anyone tell me how long it took before you received yours. I have spoken with the resort and don't seem to get any help.
Posted 29 September 2009 - 12:24 PM
Barbie is located in Jamaica she is Florida. The WC at the resort, I have called. I also spoke with someone who got married around 9 days after me and she hasn't received her either. Which made me feel better, but I am st this point getting alittle inpatient with this process. I don't feel 100% married. I thought it wouldn't bother me, but I really want to change my name. Plus I am a nurse and I have to send it to the state to change my license before I can change it at work. Am I gonna get all this done by the end of the year. Thanks for listening. I also just got this web site to order a copy, but I am concerned that they might not have even processed yet.
Posted 29 September 2009 - 03:52 PM
Getting a copy of your Jamaican Marriage Certificate
Posted 30 September 2009 - 08:18 AM
Posted 16 October 2009 - 12:47 PM
Another problem I am having, here in Texas, is that it is not an official U.S. document. So when I took it to the Social Security office they changed my name with no problem. When I took it to the driver's license office she sent me to the justice of the peace. They told me they do not translate these documents to U.S. documents so I would have to apply for a marriage license, wait 72 hours, come back and be married by the judge, then wait 1 week and get a copy of the new license and take that to the DL office to have my name changed then. I was rather furious after that!!! I called over to Sandals to see if they can send me an official U.S. document and they told me no because I was not married in the U.S. She kept trying to reassure me that the marriage is legal here in the States and I needed to go to the Social Security office to register my marriage. Eventually, after a day of frustration, found out that when she said register my marriage she means change my last name with the SS office 1st then when I get the new SS card, take that to the DL office and they will then change my name. I have not found out yet how that is going to work with the passport people. For my CHL the lady I spoke with was not sure but after holding for 15 minutes I finally got the ok that they will accept this document. Hopefully I will not have anymore problems.
Sorry for being so long winded but I guess I needed to vent.
Posted 23 October 2009 - 12:09 PM
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