Some people may think of replacing their passport when they are registering for marriage because they don't have an ID card. Can they get a marriage certificate by using a passport? What should I do if I lose my marriage certificate? Before marriage registration, relevant documents and materials must be prepared so as to avoid errors in marriage registration. Next, find a small braid to let you know about marriage certificates, hoping to provide you with help.
I. How to make up for lost marriage certificate
If you lose your marriage certificate, you can renew it. If a party's Marriage Certificate is lost or damaged, he or she may apply to the Marriage Administration Department of the District (County) Civil Affairs Bureau where the original registration authority is located for the supplement of the Marriage Certificate and fill in the application form. Certificates are required:
1. My ID card and account book.
2. Certificate of loss of marriage certificate. (Style: XXX of our unit and XXX of XXXX unit registered marriage at X office on XXXX, XX month, XX day, XXXX XX year, and it is still husband and wife relationship. I hereby certify that my marriage certificate was lost due to improper custody.
3. Archival Certificate. (issued by the original registration authority or archives office)
4. Three recent two-inch crown-free photos of the two sides.
5. If the marriage certificate is torn up, but it can reflect the original appearance, no document search certificate may be issued.
6. If the content of the Marriage Certificate is incorrect, it must be certified by the original registration authority or police station.
Can I get a marriage certificate with my passport? What should I do if I lose my marriage certificate?
2. Time for the renewal of marriage certificate
Although marriage certificates are not frequently used like ID cards, once you lose the things related to identity, such as the procedure of visiting relatives abroad, inheritance of property, insurance and so on, you will encounter trouble. Reporters learned from the civil affairs department that the procedures for obtaining a marriage license are as follows: in general, in the past ten years, there are marriage registries in various districts and counties. As long as the supplementary administrators bring the registered permanent residence books, identity cards, photos of both parties to the first license office, they can get a new license on the same day. For couples who have been married for more than ten years, if they want to renew their marriage certificate, they need to check the registration materials in the archives of each district and county, and then take the household registration book, ID card and photos to the local marriage registration office to renew their marriage certificate, so they can get the new certificate on the same day.
3. Can I get a marriage certificate with my passport?
No marriage certificate can be obtained with a passport. The materials needed for obtaining a marriage certificate are as follows:
1. Resident ID card.
2. Household Registration Book (or Collective Household Registration Certificate).
3. Proof of marital status:
(1) Fixed and retired workers shall be issued by their units;
(2) The unemployed and individual unemployed persons shall be issued by the residential (village) committee;
(3) Unemployed persons and individual households should also provide labour manual (or license).
4. Two-inch colour photographs 3 single-person colour photographs with no crown on the front and 3 single-person colour photographs with the same colour on both sides.
5. Special certificates of remarriage parties (in addition to certificates of (1-4) divorce certificates (or certificates of resolving marital relations) (or court mediation) (or court divorce judgments). Note: If you hold the judgment of the primary court, you should also bring the certificate of the entry into force of the judgment of the primary court.
6. Special certificates of persons leaving the country for personal reasons (in addition, certificates of (1-4) are required) certificates of marriage of my embassy or consulate accredited (or notarized) in foreign countries.
7. A notarized certificate of one's unmarried status abroad may be obtained if there is no certificate of marital status abroad.