A Wedding in Jamaica can be performed ANY DAY including weekends and
holidays and by 6:00p.m.

Provided that you have applied for and have been granted a marriage
license by the Ministry of Justice, a couple can be married just 24 hours after
arriving in the island.

Some ceremony officiant will apply for the marriage license on your behalf,
however if they do not offer that service, below is a guide on how to secure it
for yourselves.

Where to Apply:
The Ministry of  Justice
2 Oxford Road, Kingston 5,
Jamaica, W.I.

Office hours:
9:00am - 4:00pm, Mon-Thurs
9:00am - 3:00pm, Fri.
Phone: (876)906-4923-31
LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

The Marriage Ceremony
The ceremony must be performed by 6:00pm or before nightfall.

Two witnesses must be present at the ceremony to sign the marriage
certificate witnesses must be at least 18 years.




Jamaica Wedding Requirements are as follows:

* Proof of citizenship - certified copy of birth certificate, which includes
father's name.

* Parental permission in the form of parent's written consent, if under 18.

* Proof of divorce (if applicable) - certified copy or original Certificate of
Divorce.

* Copy of Death Certificate for widow or widower (if applicable)

* Certified translation of documents to English where originals are in
another language.

* Certified copies of name changes or legal adoption papers if applicable.

* Photocopy of photo ID (Driver's License or Passport).

* Job Titles of Bride and Groom.

* No blood tests required.    
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