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Hi,
I have a simple yet complicated question. I'm planning to get married to a German national and wherever I enquire about the true procedure... I've always ended up with more confusion than clarity.
Here are a few concerns that would help us both understand the way ahead.

1. Do we have to get married in both the places for it to be legal.

2. Does the "Arya samaj" process help in any way?

3. There seems to be a rule, that the foreign national "has to" reside in India for 30 days. During the notification procedure for the sub-registrar of marriages and prove it with an official document.

I'm a 43 year old Indian citizen (legally divorced once), and she is a 36 year old German citizen (never married).

Please share your advice about a clear way to navigate this confusing situation.

I would really appreciate your advice at the earliest.

Viki

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Your foreign partner has to get bachelorship certificate and yes 30 days mandatory stay in India.

As to be present at the time of filling up the forms and than after 30days be present for marriage before the registrar.

You have to do court marriage.

Cannot get married in Arya samaj
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Hi, I sincerely thank you for your advice.
But, would you be able to please elaborate on the bachelor ship certificate and the processes associated with it?
And also, yes we would prefer to have a completely legal marriage as we plan to adopt. Any wisdom which you could share would be invaluable. 🙂
Thank you again.
Viki

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1. Do we have to get married in both the places for it to be legal.
Ans: No. Mere registration under Special Marriage Act will solve your problem

2. Does the "Arya samaj" process help in any way?
Ans: I am here to say and support legal queries.

3. There seems to be a rule, that the foreign national "has to" reside in India for 30 days. During the notification procedure for the sub-registrar of marriages and prove it with an official document.
Ans: Yes, as per Special Marriage Act

Please contact local marriage registrar.
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Amarnath Sanyal
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