Attestation of Marriage Certificate

1. Procure your Certificate of Marriage from the Church in which your nuptials were solemnised.

2. Bring your certificates to be attested first at



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3. This marriage certificate is then to be attested by THE PUBLIC NOTARY.

You could contact any public notary available at the courts or MR. N. J. D'MONTE, Advocate & Notary (Cell: +919820068642 ). He sits at the City Civil Court, near Kalaghoda - Monday - Friday 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.

4. Get it stamped by the HOME DEPT, which is opp. Mantralaya (New Administrative Wing) on the 9th floor between 2.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.

5. Finally get it stamped by the MARRIAGE REGISTRAR at the MANTRALAYA - His name is MR. A.A LOPES," Officer on Special Duty," Finance Dept." 1st Floor Mezzanine," Rm. No. 8," Mantralaya (Main) Mumbai 32" between 2.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m." Please carry valid ID proof to enter the Mantralaya.

6. The marriage registrar needs to have a photo copy of the identity proof of both husband and wife, along with the original to verify. Also a copy of the marriage certificate with the previous 3 stamps i.e Archbishops House, Notary and Home Department is needed. Once this is done, this Certificate could be used in lieu of the CIVIL MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE anywhere in the world.


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