Venezuela Marriage Certificate Services - Easy & Fast

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What is it?

Our service simplifies the process of obtaining a marriage certificate in Venezuela. Whether you are a Venezuelan citizen needing the document for official purposes or an expat looking to formalize your marriage in Venezuela, we provide clear instructions and assistance to ensure you receive your certificate without unnecessary delays.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Venezuelan citizens who need to obtain their marriage certificate for legal purposes, such as applying for a visa, updating their marital status in official records, or for genealogical research. It is also beneficial for expatriates married in Venezuela who require an official document to validate their marriage in other countries.


  1. Visit the official website of the Venezuelan Civil Registry or the nearest civil registry office.
  2. Fill out the required application form for the marriage certificate.
  3. Submit the form along with the required documents (see list below).
  4. Pay the applicable fees for the processing of the marriage certificate.
  5. Receive a receipt or confirmation slip indicating the estimated processing time.
  6. Wait for the notification from the civil registry office that your certificate is ready for pick up or delivery.
  7. Collect your marriage certificate from the specified location or have it mailed to you.

Required documents

  • Both parties’ national ID cards or valid passports – Obtained from the national identification office or corresponding consulate.
  • Original copy of marriage proof – such as the church’s or celebrant’s record.
  • Proof of residency – Utility bills or rental agreement under the applicants’ names.
  • Application form – Available at the civil registry office or their official website.
  • Payment receipt for the applicable fees.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Make sure all documents are up-to-date and correctly filled out.
  • Processing times may vary; always confirm firsthand with the Civil Registry.
  • Consider legalizing and apostilling the marriage certificate if it will be used abroad.
  • If documents are in a language other than Spanish, you may need a certified translation.


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