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Top 10 Most Popular FAQs
My girlfriend is pregnant. How soon can we marry?
It is advised to wait after your pregnant girlfriend has given birth to her baby.
Can two Muslims get married under Civil law?
No. The Women's Charter (Chapter 353) does not allow for it.
Can a person who has undergone sex change get married at ROMM?
No. It is not allowed under Islamic law.
I am thinking of registering my marriage abroad but the authority there requires me to produce documents to prove that I am still single so that I could file a notice of marriage. What should I do?
You are required to do a search of the marriage records maintained by this Registry, on yourself. Searches can be done online through the Search for Marriage Records.
For your information, most countries only accept the Official Search Result as a single status certificate after it is endorsed by its Embassy in Singapore and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore.
Can we leave Singapore after we have submitted an application for marriage?
Yes. However, you, your proposed spouse and the Wali and/or guardian must come personally to ROMM for Statutory Declaration and verification of documents before the intended date of marriage and must be present for the marriage solemnization.
What is captured in a Guardian (Wali) consent and authorisation letter?
The Wali must declare in the consent letter that he allows his ward to marry in Singapore with the proposed groom. He will also need to make a declaration appointing the Kadi as his 'Wakil' to perform the 'Akad' on his behalf in the letter of authorisation (Tawkil).
Can a couple get married in a Singapore embassy in another country?
No. Officers of our overseas mission are not authorised to solemnize Muslim marriages.
I am now below 21 years but will be 21 years on the preferred date for marriage. Do I require my parents consent to file an application for marriage?
Can I change my particulars in the marriage certificate after my marriage?
The Marriage Certificate contains records of original information at the point of marriage. The records cannot be altered or updated.
My father/mother is bedridden. How is his/her consent for my marriage to be taken? (If I am below 21 years of age.)
Consent can be taken at your home or the hospital by the Kadi / Naib Kadi who is a Commissioner for Oaths. Please come with your nearest next-of-kin and approach our Customer Service Officer who will advise you accordingly.
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