Turks & Caicos
The pristine beaches, snorkeling and diving, deserted cays, sparkling turquoise waters, refreshing breezes, starlit nights, excellent hotels & amenities and the happy friendly people of the Turks and Caicos Islands make up the perfect destination for marriages and honeymooners.Weddings there are celebrations, church bells ringing and champagne in ice, decorated vehicles honking horns, music and dancing amongst happy faces and greetings from everyone. Weddings are also small and intimate, in a garden or tropical foliage where singing is done by the variety of birds, or in a sailboat on their tranquil turquoise waters along the shores with a view of the beaches and rolling hills and the breakers on the barrier reef. The Turks and Caicos Islands offer their visitors this unique experience.
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of single status: Decree absolute (or Death Certificate) or a sworn affidavit of singledom.
- In cases of name change you will need the Deed Poll or Adoption documents.
- If under the age of 21 then notarized parental consent.
- The parties must not be within the prohibited degree of relationships to each other.
- Letter stating party’s occupations, marital status, age as of last birthday, present address of residence and fathers full name.
- For church weddings, most Ministers require proof of membership.
- The marriage must be solemnized by a registrar of Marriage Officer (usually the Registrar General for Special Licenses) who is entitled to payment of reasonable traveling expenses if the marriage takes place other than at his usual place of business.
- Marriage licenses may take 2 or 3 days to obtain.