Effortless Marriage Certificate Service in Bolivia

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What is it?

This service provides a comprehensive solution for obtaining a marriage certificate in Bolivia. It includes guidance on required documents, step-by-step procedures, and support throughout the process for both locals and foreigners marrying in Bolivia.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for local and international couples looking to marry in Bolivia, expatriates needing to register their marriage for legal purposes, and anyone requiring a Bolivian marriage certificate for immigration or other administrative procedures.


  1. Step 1: Verify eligibility and prepare necessary documents.
  2. Step 2: Submit pre-marriage documentation and forms to the local Civil Registry Office (Servicio de Registro Cívico - SERECÍ).
  3. Step 3: Schedule and attend a pre-marriage interview with a registrar.
  4. Step 4: Obtain and review the pre-marriage approval notice.
  5. Step 5: Attend the marriage ceremony at the Civil Registry Office.
  6. Step 6: Receive the official marriage certificate post-ceremony.

Required documents

  • Birth certificates for both parties - Obtainable from the relevant civil registry in the country of birth.
  • Valid passports or national IDs - Issued by the respective government authorities.
  • Proof of residence in Bolivia - Rental agreement or utility bill.
  • Single status affidavit - Sworn statement that both parties are single, available through a notary.
  • Divorce decree or death certificate (if applicable) - Legal document proving previous marriage termination.
  • Pre-marriage medical examination certificate - Conducted at a recognized health facility in Bolivia.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Documents in languages other than Spanish must be translated and notarized.
  • Foreign documents may need apostille certification for acceptance in Bolivia.
  • Couples with different nationalities may face additional requirements or longer processing times.
  • Ensure all paperwork is current and meets Bolivian legal standards for the marriage to be recognized officially.


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