How to register your Seychelles Wedding in UAE

How to register your Seychelles Wedding in UAE


UAE expatriates have to follow a new procedure. As from now on all wedding certificates MUST be attested by the UAE embassy in Seychelles. There is no need any more to visit the Seychelles embassy in Abu Dhabi. 

The civil weddings performed in Seychelles are recognized worldwide including UAE.

We got you married in Seychelles and you have returned home to UAE, you have received the following important documents:

Now it is time that the UAE authorities register your foreign marriage in UAE. Follow the below steps to have your wedding certificate legalized as this is the only way that the UAE will recognize your new martial status.

Get your civil Seychelles Wedding easy registered in UAE:

how to legalize your marriage in UAE

Register your marriage at Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), bring the following documents:

For expatriates in Dubai and UAE, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the office that stamps documents to be accepted by the UAE government. To get your marriage registered, go to the MOFA to have them attested.

Go through the security check after entering the building. Proceed to the cash counter and tell the officer which documents you like to have attested (stamped). They will take cash and give you a electronic Dirham card. Next to the cash counter take the coupon by showing your electronic Dirham card. Get inside the next hall and wait for your token number. The attestation itself is a stamp and a sticker which is now on the backside of your wedding certificate.

For a MOFA visit, please respect the local dress code.

That is it, your marriage is now legal and recognized by the UAE.

Feel free to register your marriage at your home country.

For this you can go to your respective embassy or you do this once you travel to your home country.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA)

Khalid Bin Al Waleed Rd, Bur Dubai
United Arab Emirates

Phone: (04) 404 0000
Office Hours:
Sunday to Thursday: 8AM – 3PM

 The information on this website is for general reference only and should not be treated as a complete or authoritative statement of law or court practice. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, it does not constitute legal or other professional advice.

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