How To Register a Marriage In Angola
- Gather all the required documents to be able to record an engagement.
- Complete your application and include the other required documents.
Documents that are required Register a Marriage
- Affidavit of Residence or Declaration of Residency
- Resident Alien Card
- ID Card (original and photocopy)
- Birth Certificate (spouse)
- A Military Document, if groom are of the military
- Minors Auto Consent of Minors, Auto Consent of Minors
- Passport and marriage certificate for foreign-capacity couples
Office Locations and Contacts
IACS – Integrated Citizen Service Unit Public
Talatona – Luanda Sul, A-2 Via
Telephone number 222 69-93-01
Monday through Friday, from 8:00am until 3:30pm and on Saturdays from 8:00am till 12:30pm.
- Email contact form: http://www.minjusdh.gov.ao/CentroContactos.aspx
What Are All The Eligibility
Only people who are 18 years old can get married in Angola.
Exclusions: A man who has reached the age of 16 and women who have reached 15 years of age can marry if they are able to do so, taking into consideration their specific circumstances and minors’ needs, marriage is the most appropriate option.
Authorization to which this item is granted by the parents, guardians or the individual(s) responsible for the care for the minor(s). The Court upon the guidance from the Family Court can issue this authorization if the refusal is proven to be insufficiently justified.
The registration application you submit to register for a marriage will be considered after 72 hours.
The applications for marriage registration are made at the Civil Registry – DNRN.
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A marriage contract is legal that binds spouses and grants the couple legal rights and obligations. The marriage contract can be acknowledged by a government or an organization or a religious authority, an ethnic group, a local community, or even by peers.
- Marriage: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage
- Marriage in Angola: http://www.angolaconsulate-tx.org/index.php/us/consular-activity/registration-of-marriage.html
- Ministry of Justice and Human Rights: http://www.minjusdh.gov.ao/VerServico.aspx?id=277