Obtain Your Single Status Certificate in Paraguay Easily

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What is it?

A Single Status Certificate, also known as a Certificate of No Impediment or a Certificate of Freedom to Marry, is a document confirming that an individual is not currently married or in a civil partnership. It is often required for those planning to get married abroad or in Paraguay.

Who needs it?

The ideal customer for this service includes foreign nationals or residents of Paraguay who plan to get married and need proof of their single status. This certificate is crucial for legalizing marriages for international couples and for citizens marrying abroad.


  1. Determine the specific requirements for obtaining the Single Status Certificate in Paraguay.
  2. Gather all necessary documents such as your identification, existing marriage certificates (if previously married), and birth certificates.
  3. Visit the relevant local civil registry office to submit your application and documents.
  4. Pay any required fees for processing the application.
  5. Wait for the processing of the certificate, which may take a few days to a few weeks depending on the office.
  6. Collect your Single Status Certificate from the registry office once it is ready.

Required documents

  • Valid passport or Paraguayan ID card: available from your home country’s passport office or local registry office.
  • Proof of residence: utility bills, rental agreement, or any other official document showing your address.
  • Birth certificate: obtain from the local civil registry office or consular services of your home country.
  • Divorce or death certificate of previous spouse (if applicable): available from local civil registry or consular services.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Processing times may vary based on the local civil registry office.
  • The certificate may need to be authenticated or apostilled for international use.
  • Fee structures can differ, so check with your local office for precise costs.
  • Some countries may require an additional translation of the certificate into their official language.


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