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quick question for marriage
« on: July 01, 2018, 08:07:26 pm »
Hi Everyone.

I am new here.

My fiancé and I are engaged to be married and at first we wanted to apply for the K1 visa and get married in the states but now we are thinking about getting married in Santo Domingo so our families can attend the wedding.

I am US citizen and I know I need to have translated copies of my birth certificate and divorce decree but I was wondering if I could get the translations done in Santo Domingo. Do the translated copies need to be notarized and apostilled by the state in which I am from? Or can that be done in SD?
The originals are already  apostilled by my home state.

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quick question for marriage
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Re: quick question for marriage
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2018, 09:24:36 am »
No, the translated documents shouldn't have to be notarized in the DR. Although the procedures for getting married in the DR are SUPPOSSED to be standard, that usually is NOT the case. The person conducting the marriage usually have their own ideas about what documents they want to have. So, the best thing to do is find the person that you are going to have marry you (whether it is a judge, or priest, or another officiant) and ask them directly want documents they require and then go with that.

 

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