Court marriage Kathmandu offers a wide range of legal services, serving both local and international clients.

A marriage can be formed by any two people of any nationality. It is legal for foreigners to marry Nepalese citizens and have their marriage registered in Nepal. However, in order to legally marry a Nepalese national, you will need the following legal documents.

The final stage of your proceedings is completed when your documents are vetted by the District Court of Nepal. The registration process is completed when a Nepali Marriage Certificate is issued. Finally, a foreigner hoping to register their marriage in Nepal must submit the required documents to the Nepal District Court.

The following documents are required.

1. Affidavit of Eligibility to Marry from the Embassy, also known as a No Objection Letter.

(Proof that you are single.)

2. A copy of your passport, as well as their previous spouse’s divorce or death certificate (If you were previously married, you must show your original divorce decree or your late spouse’s death certificate.)

3. IN KATHMANDU, WE OFFER FOREIGN MARRIAGE REGISTRATION SERVICES with the Court.

For Instances:

NEPALI CITIZEN FROM NEPAL MARRIED TO AN American CITIZEN

INDIAN CITIZEN MARRIED TO Canadian CITIZEN

NEPALI RESIDENT MARRIED TO Indian RESIDENT

A NEPALI RESIDENT MARRIED TO A JAPANESE RESIDENT

NEPALI CITIZEN MARRIED TO A FILIPINO CITIZEN

NEPALI CITIZEN MARRIED TO AN AMERICAN CITIZEN

NEPALI CITIZEN MARRIED TO A FILIPINO CITIZEN

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