Argentina Marriage Certificate Service - Easy and Reliable Support

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What is it?

The Argentina Marriage Certificate Service facilitates the process of obtaining an official marital document recognized by Argentinian authorities. This certificate is essential for various legal, administrative, and personal purposes, such as applying for citizenship or visas, proving marital status, or undertaking genealogical research. Our service ensures you meet all requirements and follow the correct procedures, reducing the complexity and time involved.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for expatriates living in Argentina, couples planning to get married or validate their marriage in Argentina, foreign nationals requiring documentation for citizenship or visa applications, and genealogists researching family histories. It is especially useful for individuals unfamiliar with Argentinian bureaucracy and looking for seamless support throughout the process.


  1. Verify Eligibility: Confirm that you meet the legal requirements for obtaining a marriage certificate in Argentina.
  2. Collect Documents: Gather all necessary documents such as identification, proof of residence, and birth certificates.
  3. Translation and Apostille: Translate foreign documents into Spanish and get them apostilled if required.
  4. Submit Application: Visit the local Civil Registry Office (Registro Civil) or use our service to submit your application.
  5. Pay Fees: Pay the applicable fees for the processing of your marriage certificate.
  6. Attend Interview: If necessary, attend an interview to confirm the authenticity of your application and documents.
  7. Receive Certificate: Once approved, collect your marriage certificate from the designated office or receive it via mail.

Required documents

  • Valid Passport or Argentinian DNI
  • Birth Certificates of both parties, translated into Spanish (if applicable) and apostilled
  • Proof of residence in Argentina (utility bill, rental agreement, etc.)
  • Marital Status Affidavit (if previously married, provide divorce certificate or spouse’s death certificate)
  • Two witnesses with valid identification documents

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Ensure all translations are certified by a licensed translator.
  • Foreign documents must be apostilled in the country of origin.
  • The Civil Registry Office may require additional documents based on individual cases.
  • Processing times can vary, so plan accordingly.
  • Fees may vary based on the municipality and specific services required.


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