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#31 Sep 26th, 2005, 14:46
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C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S!!!!!!!! Nick have a great married life.... all our best wishes with u.
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Originally Posted by laneelee What if youre not in India for 30 days? can you expedite the process? We will be there only 27 and thinking of getting married there. Is it possible?
27 days is not enough , and this procedure is for residence who may have a permenant residence address in the jurisdiction of the register office , or might have stayed minimum 3 months in that area
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So how does a foreigner get married over there legally? Or do they?
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Oh, no problem at all... happens all the time!

Kiranlal; I have a permanent address in the area and have stayed there for more than three months: what difference does that make?

In UK it used to be possible to get a 'special licence' which did away with this waiting period. I don't think there is such a thing in India?
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Well, I really don't think that a 'thanks to all' is really adequate here, so, hoping I didn't miss anyone out..,

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Congrats !!!!!!!!! Congrats !!!!!!!!! Congrats !!!!!!!!!Congrats !!!!!!!!!
Wish U very happy married life......
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Thanks Jaya!
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I think my inlaws registered me before I arrived because I arrived just before the wedding. That cuts down the waiting period.!
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can one be "registered" without their signature? that's a scary thought..
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Congratulations, Nick. Wishing you and your fiance health and happiness.
When are you planning to get married? Once you give the notice to the registrar, give us a notice too. You never know. We just might pop up for the wedding.
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Congrats Nick.

(Have you yet collected the Police Certificate?)
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Congratulations, Nick! Wishing you, your spouse and family good health and happiness.
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In UK it used to be possible to get a 'special licence' which did away with this waiting period. I don't think there is such a thing in India?

I think you can do away with the 30 days waiting - by judicious use of promise to pay the bearer paper but I don't think the marriage is then sanctioned by the Marriage Act, so probably not wise

I wonder how you can get your fiancees family to register the wedding in advance because I had to be there to sign the form before it was typed and put on the notice board - that sounds like a good option to reduce the wait ...
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Best Wishes

Nick,

Wishing you both a very happy and prosperous married life.

May you increase the cosmopolitanity(?) of Chennai.

Cheers
Slakhs

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