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satishpandey2107

Hello,

Can i get my marriage registered in Telangana while my marriage was done in Madhya Pradesh

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Dear member,

 

This portal is dedicated to discussing issues related to RTI Act 2005.

 

For doubts/queries, such as yours, best is to consult a knowledgeble advocate.

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Prasad GLN

General rules for registering marriages are as follows:

1.Bride and bridegroom must be majors and produce photo identity and age proof certificates.

2.They must be residing at the place of marriage (How this is possible, I do not know, as in our temple town Tirupathi, minimum 1000 marriages takes place in Tirumala)

3.They have to produce wedding card, three photographs showing Garlanding, sutra dharan and Saptapathi and produce marriage hall receipt copy.

4.They have to present 3 witnesses

5.They have to file prescribed affidavit.

If this prescribed procedure is not adopted, you may apply with 30 days notice to Registration office once again, wait for another 40 days and fulfil the norms and register the marriage in office itself or hunt for a temple that empowers to give marriage certificate, which can be used for registering marriage.

 

(Before all this visit Registration office and inquire with them then as marriage registration is now compulsory in AP, remarry the same spouse for the sake of certificate as stated above.

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koteswararaonerella

The state in which the MARRIAGE is solemnised will be the place where you should get your Marriage registration certificate and you cannot get it in TELANGANA as the proofs you need to enclose are all belong to MP so naturally Telangana Sub Registrara will not entertain your application

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