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#91 jmhein

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    Posted 05 March 2008 - 05:37 PM

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    Originally Posted by ochoriobride
    I will arrive saturday and our wedding is tuesday. They said it was ok....
    I did this too and it was fine... I think they count the Saturday and the Monday, or else the Monday and the Tuesday.
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    #92 misstoya

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      Posted 08 March 2008 - 01:52 AM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by naga0066
      Thanks! I apprecaite it... I just confirmed my wedding but it isn't until Jan 2009 so I don't want to bombard Chandlyn with questions just yet. It would be great to know though! :) Also, have you seen the wording for the renewal of the vows verse a regular ceremony?
      So finally I got a response about docs for vow renewal ceremonies:

      We do apologies for this late respond. If you are going do a Renewal Of
      Vows there is no need for documentation.

      Regards

      Nekeisha
      Wedding Assistant

      So there you have it! No required docs.

      #93 Bride010101

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        Posted 08 March 2008 - 02:29 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by misstoya
        So finally I got a response about docs for vow renewal ceremonies:

        We do apologies for this late respond. If you are going do a Renewal Of
        Vows there is no need for documentation.

        Regards

        Nekeisha
        Wedding Assistant

        So there you have it! No required docs.


        Thanks! Good to know and one less thing to worry about. :)

        #94 junebride2b

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          Posted 08 March 2008 - 12:24 PM

          Now I am confused. I am arriving on Thursday and our wedding is on Saturday. I was told by Chandlyn and my TA this would be fine? Should I be worried it's not 2 full days?

          #95 geology_rocks

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            Posted 08 March 2008 - 03:39 PM

            I think the legal requirement for getting married in Jamaica is actually 48 hours. I think the hotel requests 72 hours to simplify with the planning. If the wedding coordinator ok'ed it, I wouldn't worry.

            #96 logorman

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              Posted 12 March 2008 - 12:08 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by ochoriobride
              I will arrive saturday and our wedding is tuesday. They said it was ok....

              I also arrive on Saturday and the wedding is on Tuesday and was told that is just fine.
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              #97 AlmostMrsForbes

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                Posted 24 March 2008 - 02:30 PM

                hi, girls

                just for clarification - when we are talking about "originals" of a birth certificate, are we talking about a "certified copy"?

                My fiance doesn't have an original of his birth certificate, and everything else we've done (for other things requiring birth certificates) a certified copy has been OK.

                Thanks!

                #98 Agape Gems

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                  Posted 24 March 2008 - 04:27 PM

                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by AlmostMrsForbes
                  hi, girls

                  just for clarification - when we are talking about "originals" of a birth certificate, are we talking about a "certified copy"?

                  My fiance doesn't have an original of his birth certificate, and everything else we've done (for other things requiring birth certificates) a certified copy has been OK.

                  Thanks!
                  As long as the copy has a raised seal it will work.
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                  #99 JUSTUSTWO

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                    Posted 24 March 2008 - 04:29 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by AlmostMrsForbes
                    hi, girls

                    just for clarification - when we are talking about "originals" of a birth certificate, are we talking about a "certified copy"?

                    My fiance doesn't have an original of his birth certificate, and everything else we've done (for other things requiring birth certificates) a certified copy has been OK.

                    Thanks!
                    I got a copy of my birth certificate & took that copy along with the original & got it notarized. You must have the original with you when you go to get the copy notarized. All they do is say that they saw the original & validate that the copy you have is in fact of the original...Hope that makes sense!! Chandlyn received it & said it was fine.

                    I would think that your FI can take the certified copy of the bc & get a copy of that notarized & then send that in.

                    #100 PrecisePlans

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                      Posted 24 March 2008 - 09:57 PM

                      I've run into some problems. I ordered my original birth certificate and got the certified copy in the mail. I made a copy of the certified copy and took both to the notary. they refused to notarize it. They said that it is illegal in the state of california to touch a birth or death certificate. What do i do now should i just send Chandlyn the original? I"m scared that it will get lost in the mail and that she will never receive it.........even if i send it certified.




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