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UAE is regarded as one of the world’s safest cities. People all around the world consider UAE to be an ideal destination to live, settle down, and raise a family. There are numerous reasons for this: the weather is often pleasant, housing options are plentiful, schools are excellent, and religious and cultural expression are freely exercised.
Many expat families have resided in the emirate for decades and consider it home. As a result, it’s not unexpected that a large number of foreigners marry in Dubai.
Tourists and people who live outside the Emirate will be able to marry under a new rule in Abu Dhabi. In this article; we explain the new UAE marriage law 2022 in more details
To make Abu Dhabi more internationally appealing to international expats; the past few months have seen some some drastic changes in personal laws.
Recently, Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Presidential Affairs, and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD), approved the regulations for the implementation of the Civil Marriage and Divorce Law No. 14 of 2020 in Abu Dhabi on Sunday with decision No. 8 of 2022.
Adding to the new laws, this gives more clarity on expats and tourists who wish to get married in the UAE.
The service is only available in Abu Dhabi and is only available in the region. The new law in Abu Dhabi has been authorized and will be enacted, which handles family matters for expats or foreigners and allows visitors to finalize civil marriage contracts.
While Abu Dhabi has certainly opened the door for tourists to marry on a visit visa, there are a few extra problems that couples should be aware of. The process, documentation, and paperwork may still appear to be a bit difficult.
Couples from different nations or religions may find the situation more complicated. We always recommend booking a consultation with a wedding agencies that are experts in addressing legal questions. This will ensure you have the necessary documents that can be authorized in your own country or anyplace in the world.
Keen to get married in the UAE as a tourist; book a call with our team of expert wedding specialist.
In Dubai, Filipinos, like many other nationalities, can marry. The only thing to keep in mind is that you must complete the paperwork and adhere to all legal regulations. This may take some time and effort, but if you’re having trouble at any stage, we’re here to help.
The highest population of Filipinos in the UAE is in Dubai, followed by Abu Dhabi. They make up 6.1 percent of the UAE’s total population and 21.3 percent of Dubai’s population. With that said, it is only common that we receive so many inquiries from Filipino nationals that are looking to get married in the UAE.
If you are looking to get married; this article should help you with all the relevant information on how to get married in the UAE.
It’s important to understand that if the person is a Filipino national, the wedding can take place at the consulate of the Philippines. However, if any of the partner is not a citizen of the Philippines, the couple will have to move their wedding to a different place.
UAE follows the Sharia law which enables Muslims to get married in the court amongst the witness present. If the Filipino couple is Muslim, they must choose for a Sharia-compliant Islamic court marriage. The couple will also need to bring two Muslim witnesses with them, each with their own national IDs and passports.
The couple can also marry in a church if they are Christians. In this case, however, you must guarantee that you match the church restrictions and the price, as it will not be free. Additionally the couple might also have to follow any additional guidelines set down by the church.
It is important to note; that the UAE is pretty strict when it comes to documentation and paperwork to legalize any marriage. Therefore couples are warned to have every paperwork in place to make sure that are not running around at the very last minute. Depending on the situation; tentatively couples would require the following documents:
Without stereotyping, what we have come to notice that in many of our cases that most Filipinos are already married.
According to a 2017 UNICEF report, 15% of Filipino girls marry before they reach the age of 18, and 2% marry before they reach the age of 15. Poverty drives more Filipino women into early marriage.
Philippines, also happens to be the one of the two country in the world, that prohibits divorce to in order to safeguard the institution of marriage. Under normal circumstances, a Filipino citizen’s only option is annulment. To be married in the UAE, an individual needs to submit paper of their singleness or divorce; which can be difficult in this situation adds to the paperwork’s complexity.
There are a few challenges but there’s always a way around it too. If you need any help with your current situation; our team could help you with some advice.
Every couple is in a different situation from the other and hence it would not be right from our end to give a most definite answer depending on the uniqueness of your case. However what we most definitely could say, is that our team is well equipped to handle the complexities of your situation and would be happy to help you.
Do let us know in the comment section how your wedding preps are coming along; and would you need any advise from us!
The expat community in Dubai and Abu Dhabi has exploded in recent years, accounting for around 90% of the UAE’s overall population. Expats from India, Pakistan, and Asia make up a sizable portion of the population.
However with that; in this article we’ll observe if there is any impact whatsoever of the personal laws in Abu Dhabi on Indians wanting to get married in Abu Dhabi court.
Non-Muslim civil marriage is permitted in Abu Dhabi. According to a new edict published on Sunday by Abu Dhabi’s ruler, non-Muslims would be permitted to marry, divorce, and have shared child custody under civil law.
Another section enables legal marriage “based on both the husband and wife’s will,” rather than the woman’s guardian’s assent. In order to get a divorce, non-Muslims will no longer have to show that the marriage was abusive. Inheritance and wills for non-Muslims are also addressed under the law.
Getting married in the court of Abu Dhabi is easy when you both belong to the same country. However; if both couples belong to different nationalities; the process can be a lot more different.
In such situations; both sides are recommended to visit the embassy requirements to get married in court.
The new laws are definitely in favor of non Muslims couples who wish to engage in civil marriage. Keeping in mind; that Abu Dhabi strictly used to the follow the Sharia Islamic law this is a huge progress.
Court marriages in Abu Dhabi are not only subjected to religion but also gets a bit complicated when couples belong to different nationality. Consider taking the advise of a wedding specialist and find a method that works best for you.
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It’s impossible that you have never heard the saying “Necessity is the mother of invention.” It indeed is, and we as human beings make our way even through the most difficult situations. If you are living in Dubai then one of the biggest problems that you might be facing is not being able to find an easy wedding process. We all know that the COVID-19 has changed the landscape of pretty much everything. However, you can still get married in Dubai during COVID-19 if you are living in Dubai by using any of the following mentioned options.
One of the first and the most logical option UAE expats can think of is to get married in Dubai/UAE court. However, it’s a long, hectic, and pricey procedure that also requires a lot of documents and paperwork. But if you can afford it and you also have time, it might be the right option for you. That’s because you can get all the requirements and paperwork ready without taking any break from your daily life. You can continue your job on a regular basis while completing all the prerequisites.
Getting married in Seychelles is the best option for those people who can spare a little time and money is not an issue. It’s because getting married in Seychelles is a little pricey. At the same time, it’s one of the most efficient and fastest ways to get married. Especially if you’re a foreigner living in Dubai. However, you have to prepare yourself for the five days quarantine period that you’ll need to spend after reaching Seychelles. You can still use the territory and the facilities of the hotel. However you won’t be allowed to go to the city.
But the good news is that you can still marry while you’re in quarantine, moreover you can leave the country and fly back to Dubai (or other city) before you complete all five days. However, it will only be the paperwork and you’ll need to skip the traditional wedding ceremony. It’s still worth it if you don’t have much time.
If you are willing to complete all five days of quarantine you can have a proper wedding ceremony after that.
If you haven’t selected days to get married and have a little more time, then wait. Georgia is expected to open its doors for foreigners in February 2021. If you can wait, you’ll have the opportunity to get married through one of the cheapest and the fastest ways. Moreover, getting married in Georgia also requires the least paperwork and documents.
Last but not least is opting for getting married through the power of an attorney. However, the budget must not be your biggest concern. It’s a little pricey as well as a complicated process. But worry not because all of the heavy lifting will be done by our lawyers. You will be informed and guided at every step to have a seamless and convenient wedding process.
The whole world is suffering from COVID-19 and it has stopped the natural course of life. But you can still have plenty of options to get married if you are living in Dubai. Choose the option that suits the best your unique needs.
If you know someone who is trying to get married while in Dubai, share this information with them.