Palestinian marriage procedures in Egypt for the year 2020
First, the basic conditions
It is that each of the spouses has reached the age of 18 years in order to be entitled to marriage. If the wife is divorced or widowed, then she must have been married for a period of time, according to their custom.
Second: The required documents
Certificate of non-objection from the Embassy of the State of Palestine in Cairo or its consulate in Alexandria, mentioning the marital status (or divorce or death contract).
His testimony to prove the religion (as it is not permissible for a Muslim to marry atheists – that is, they must be the people of the Book) in the event that the wife is a foreigner and the husband is a Muslim, but in this case he has no value but to complete only the papers.
In the event that the husband is a non-Muslim Palestinian and the wife is Muslim, a certificate of Islam must be declared
A stamp of residence in the Passport, accompanied by security approval of residence in Egypt.
5 personal photos for each of the spouses.
Two Egyptian witnesses
The papers are completed and taken to the Ministry of Justice within the office specializing in documenting the marriage of foreigners in Egypt until all documents are stamped and authenticated from the real estate month and from the Egyptian Foreign Ministry and then approved by the Embassy of the State of Palestine in the Arab Republic of Egypt.
Lawyer Egyptian marriage to a Palestinian
There are a large number of papers and procedures that must be taken in the case of an Egyptian marriage to Palestine and a Palestinian marriage to an Egyptian woman. Therefore, in the Horus Law Firm specialized in the marriage of Palestinians in Egypt to Egyptians and other nationalities, we can assist you in the procedures for documenting an Egyptian marriage to a Palestinian and an Egyptian from Palestine in a prompt and specialized manner. As well as assistance in the special matters of the post-marriage procedures in you and your wife or your husband. You can contact us by calling or sending the advice via e-mail
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