Getting Married at the ADJDAll residents of the UAE, regardless of their religions or nationalities, can get married under Sharia Law at the ADJD as it is the authority responsible for issuing marriage certificates in Abu Dhabi, wherever the marriage is performed in the Emirate.
The following documents must be provided: Once the above requirements along with the marriage application are submitted to the ABJD, marriage can be officially performed with the presence of two witnesses.
The Embassy of Canada doesn’t perform, witness, or register marriages but is able to provide you with information on marriage procedures currently in place in the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
If you’re getting married in Dubai or the Northern Emirates, please contact our Consulate General in Dubai for more information.
Since the Embassy of Canada doesn’t perform, witness or register marriages, your future spouse may want to check with his or her own embassy their requirements and procedures.
The marriage still needs to be registered at ADJD in order to obtain the marriage certificate.
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