Marriage Registration Procedure in Andhra Pradesh

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Marriage Registration Procedure in Andhra Pradesh

The marriage registration certificate is considered an essential legal document to prove the validity of marriage during various processes. In this article, we look at the process of obtaining a marriage registration certificate in Andhra Pradesh. 

Procedures for Applying for Marriage Registration Certificate

Those who want to make registration of marriage must apply to any of the subsequent authority for registration of marriage under the terms of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955:

    • To the Sub-registrar Office, where the venue of marriage is located.
    • To the Sub-registrar office in whose jurisdiction either the wife or husband is residing for at least six months directly prior to the date of marriage.

Online Marriage Registration Certificate Option:

  • The marriage registration application form will be accessible from the municipal corporation department or from the official portal of Registration and Stamps Department.
  • For the reason of downloading the application form, you require to click on the Acts and Rules link and then click on the Hindu Marriage Act and later click on the Forms option.
  • The application form is available for download, and it is important to take a printout of the application form.
  • Later fill in all the related details of the bride and bridegroom in the relevant application form.
  • All the details to be filled in the application form are to be accurate and true in all respects.
  • After filling all the details in the application form, you must attach all the documents with the application form.
  • Include photographs of both the bride and bridegroom on the top of the application form.
  • At last, the bride and bridegroom must sign on the application form and declaration in the presence of three witnesses.
  • Finally, submit the application form to the related department.

Documents Required

At the time of submission of the form of marriage registration applicant requires to affix the entire required document. The necessary documents are as follows:

    1. A copy of address proof related to both bride and bridegroom, i.e., driving license or ration card or birth certificate or voter ID card or passport or PAN card or Telephone bill.
    2. A copy of age proof both of bride and bridegroom, i.e., birth certificate or school leaving certificate.
    3. Three photographs are pertaining to both the bride as well as the bridegroom.
    4. A wedding invitation card
    5. A copy of the SSC certificate of wife and husband.
    6. An application form A.

Information Required

The details necessary for applying for registration of marriage under the terms of the Hindu Marriage Act are as follows:

    1. Full name of parties (Both Husband and Wife)
    2. Religion and Caste of parties (Both Husband and Wife)
    3. Age at the solemnization of marriage (Both Husband and Wife)
    4. The rank of Profession (Both Husband and Wife)
    5. Details of permanent address before marriage (Both Husband and Wife)
    6. Date of Birth (Both Husband and Wife)
    7. Place of the name of taluk and district where the marriage was solemnized
    8. Date of marriage
    9. Name of the father (Both Husband and Wife)
    10. Name of the mother (Both Husband and Wife)
    11. Name of witnesses
    12. Address of witness

The issuing and processing time of marriage certificate under the terms of the Hindu Marriage Act is one week; it can take a week for the completion of all processes.

Marriage Registration Certificate Charges

For registration of marriage under the terms of Special Marriage Act, 1955, the applicant requires to pay prescribed fee charges of Rs. 200/-. The fee charged should be paid to the counter office related to Marriage Registration.

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