Certified Marriage Records from Argentina - Quick and Reliable

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What is it?

Our service assists individuals in obtaining certified copies of marriage records from Argentina. This process is essential for genealogy research, legal verification, or citizenship applications. We provide comprehensive guidance to ensure a smooth and efficient experience, leveraging local expertise and access to vital records.

Who needs it?

Ideal for expatriates, genealogists, legal professionals, and anyone needing official marriage documentation. This service is especially useful for those tracing family history, requiring documents for dual citizenship applications, or needing legal proofs of marriage for any official purpose.


  1. Step 1: Gather Initial Information - Collect all known details of the marriage, including names, dates, and place of marriage.
  2. Step 2: Submit an Inquiry - Contact our service with the gathered information to start the request.
  3. Step 3: Record Search - We conduct a thorough search in the Argentinian civil registry and other pertinent databases.
  4. Step 4: Verification - Once located, records are verified for accuracy and completeness.
  5. Step 5: Obtain Certified Copy - The certified copy of the marriage record is obtained from the respective authorities.
  6. Step 6: Delivery - The certified record is securely delivered to you, either physically or electronically, as per your preference.

Required documents

  • Full names of both parties involved in the marriage.
  • Approximate date or year of the marriage.
  • Place of marriage (specific city or province in Argentina).
  • Additional identifying information (such as parents’ names, if known).
  • Proof of relationship or legal necessity, which can be obtained from relevant legal or governmental entities.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Delays can occur if the civil registry has incomplete records or if the records are very old.
  • Some records may require special permissions or proof of relationship to access.
  • Expert assistance can help navigate bureaucratic hurdles and language barriers.
  • Service available for other vital records such as birth and death certificates.


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