Get Married in Puerto Rico
Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life and you will want nothing but the best for yourself. Many people are choosing to marry outside their hometown and one of the most preferred places is that of Puerto Rico. One of the main reasons for this is that many couples also choose to have their honeymoons here as well. Being on US territory, yet enjoying yourself in a completely different atmosphere can be quite enticing.
If you are planning on having a wedding in the Caribbean, then there are a few things you will need to keep in mind. The first is that between June 1 and November 30th, the region normally has the hurricane season. Also remember that if you prefer warm regions, then San Juan and the northern coast is often cooler than the rest and in the rainy season wetter than Ponce and the southern coast. The best place to have a wedding with both the old world and contemporary feel to it is in Old San Juan. If you are looking at a beach wedding, Luquillo Beach is the one you should look at.
Just like with any other location, marriage here will need a bit of documentation, but nothing that will put you off. For those who are US citizens, there is nothing that is necessary. If you are a non-resident however, you will need to have medical certification which upholds all the stipulations of your place of residence. This is only valid 10 days before you get married. Following this, the government will then need re-certification. You will also need a government or a state issued photo identification.. You will need to produce your electoral card or passport. Both of you will have to provide copies of your birth certificate as well.
The Puerto Rican government will have to be paid a Stamp Duty of $20 and will also require divorce decrees or death certificates for either of your previous spouses if any. You will also need a notary authorized document stating that you are not a resident of Puerto Rico and have visited the city for marriage alone. It should also mention that you will not overstay your stay here longer than necessary. This will have to be mentioned in your visitors’ entry pass that is given to you by your foreign correspondence agency at your time of arrival in the city.
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