/ Post a Reply
Post a Reply
Thread: Marriage Registration in China!
(You can post as a member (
first) or a guest!)
(100 characters at most)
Content: ( 3,000 characters at most, please )
You can add emoticons below to your post by clicking them.
[quote=CHRISTINE,387303]Some notes on the procedures: 1.Single Status Certificate for the foreigner • The Single Status Certificate (also known as: Affidavit of Single Status, Certificate of No Record of Marriage, Certificate of No Impediment, Single Status Statutory Declaration, Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage, etc). This is intended to show that you are not currently married. Each country has its own way of providing this, and some countries offer the service via an embassy or consulate in China, so you should check your own country’s websites to find the relevant procedures. In some countries it is possible for persons to obtain a certificate form stating they are eligible to marry, Australians can obtain a ‘No Record of Marriage (Single Status) Certificate. However, many countries cannot provide this so you must make a formal statement, often known legally as an ‘affidavit', that you are single. This is the way in the USA, please read more information about the Marriage Registration in China for US Citizens. If you cannot obtain a standard form, you should draft your own affidavit, if possible using the preferred style of your country, stating your full name and address, occupation and employer, and your passport number. State that you have never been married before, or that you have not remarried since your divorce or became widowed on whatever date. [/quote]
Get a new code
About Us & Contact Us
Copyright © 1998-2021 All rights reserved.