Certificate of legal capacity to marry in Pakistan

Are you a Dutch national planning to marry in Pakistan? The Dutch embassy in Islamabad can draw up a certificate of legal capacity to marry for you.

What documents do I need to bring with me?

To apply for a certificate of legal capacity to marry, you must provide copies of the following documents:

  • a valid Dutch identity document
  • an extract from the register of births
  • a civil status extract showing that you are not married. The extract may not be more than 12 months old
  • a divorce certificate if you have previously been married

You may need to have the original documents legalised and translated. The rules vary per country.

What documents should my (non-Dutch) partner bring?

When you apply for a certificate of legal capacity to marry, your non-Dutch partner must bring copies of the following documents:

  • a passport or another identity document

  • an official document stating his or her address (this document varies from country to country)
  • a declaration of unmarried status.

You may need to have the original documents legalised and translated. The rules vary per country.

Certificate of legal capacity to marry in this country or region

Make an appointment via the online appointment system.

Payment

Please check the overview of consular fees for the costs of a declaration and the payment method at our embassy.

Any questions?

In case you have a question, you can send an e-mail via our contact form.