Offers & Packages
It is a Legal Ceremony with a Judge from the city Hall. Date and the time are subject to availability, and it is the City Hall who will confirm it. Legal Weddings do not take place on Sundays or Public Holidays. The Ceremony will be held in Spanish; in this case a wedding coordinator will translate it into English.
For a quick and reliable translation and legalization service of your paperwork, we would recommend contacting "WE DO".
•Original and one copy of Single Status Affidavit*, notarized at your place of residency (Bride and Groom, one for each), SHOWING NAMES AS THEY APPEAR ON YOUR PASSPORTS. Please obtain an apostille for the Notary's signature. If the same Notary signs both forms, one apostille will be fine.
•Original and one copy, of your apostilled birth certificates** (Bride and Groom). IF PARENTS NAMES ARE NOT SHOWN ON THE BIRTH CERTIFICATES, PLEASE INDICATE THEM SEPARATELY FOR US.
•One photocopy of passport, picture/information page (Bride and Groom). IF PASSPORTS ARE NOT READY ON TIME TO BE SENT WITH YOUR DOCUMENTS, YOU CAN SEND COPIES OF YOUR DRIVERS LICENSES.
•If formerly married, two copies of certified/notarized and apostilled divorce decree** or death certificate.
*You can find a sample of a Single Status Affidavit/ Declaration in our web page, under "requirements". It can be copy-pasted and completed with your own information, one for each, notarized, please.
THE APOSTILLE ON YOUR OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS IS MANDATORY FOR YOUR WEDDING IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
FEES APPLY TO U.S.A. CITIZENS/RESIDENTS ONLY. OTHER CITIZENSHIPS DIFFER.
Documentation should be sent 90 to 30 days before the wedding. You have to bring originals and certified translations to the resort , with you, when traveling for your wedding. DO NOT MAIL YOUR DOCUMENTS TO THE HOTEL.