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  • #31
    If your concern is the legality of the marriage according to Quebec, you can always do a civil marriage in Quebec after you get back from Indonesia. For now it sounds easier to do a KUA marriage in Indonesia. You have to take care of the prenup in Indonesia anyway.

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    • #32
      there is absolutely no way to do a prenup in indonesia from outside of the country?

      what if i get married in canada? i will get a prenup done here. does that mean once i register the marriage in indonesia, that i may run into issues since i don't have an indonesian prenup?

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      • #33
        Im a canadian and I married my Indonesian wife in a catholic church in Badung but didnt register. Its been a year now since the marriage. Can we go to indonesia to register the catholic wedding in Bandung a year ago? What are the requirements and how long to get the marriage certificate from civil registry?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
          ... What are the requirements and how long to get the marriage certificate from civil registry?

          I guess it takes around 10 working days . I live in Bandung so I have a copy of the Bandung's requirement (but not sure if there is a newer PerDa) . If you are talking about Badung/Bali , you will need to search the requirements in the internet , but probably similar to the Bandungs' .


          PerDa Kota Bandung no.8 , Tahun 2012

          Pasal 51
          1. Perkawinan yang sah berdasarkan ketentuan Peraturan Perundang-undangan wajib dilaporkan oleh Penduduk kepada Instansi Pelaksana paling lambat 60 (enam puluh) hari sejak tanggal perkawinan. Poster's note : Being late , fine of Rp200'000

          2. Pelaporan perkawinan sebagaimana dimaksud pada ayat (1), berlaku juga bagi penghayat kepercayaan.
          3. Berdasarkan laporan sebagaimana dimaksud pada ayat (1) dan ayat (2), Pejabat Pencatatan Sipil mencatat pada .. suami dan istri.
          4. Pencatatan perkawinan di Daerah bagi Penduduk sebagaimana dimaksud pada ayat (1) dilakukan setelah memenuhi persyaratan sebagai berikut:
          Surat keterangan perkawinan/pemberkatan dari pemuka agama, dan Pemuka Penghayat Kepercayaan;
          KTP dan KK calon mempelai;
          KTP dan KK Orang Tua;
          Paspor (bagi orang asing);
          KITAS/KITAP (bagi orang asing);
          Surat Izin perkawinan dari kedutaan negara yang bersangkutan;
          Kutipan Akta Kelahiran calon mempelai;
          Surat pernyataan belum pernah kawin bermaterai cukup dari yang bersangkutan diketahui oleh Lurah/Kepala Desa dan/atau dari Pejabat Instansi yang berwenang daerah asal;
          Surat Baptis/Permandian, Sidi, Surat Keterangan anggota agama Kristen, Katolik, Hindu, Budha, Khonghucu dan Penghayat Kepercayaan;
          Surat Keterangan Kewarganegaraan;
          Surat Ganti Nama mempelai dan orang tuanya;
          Surat Izin komandan (TNI/POLRI).
          Kutipan Akta perceraian bagi yang telah bercerai;
          Kutipan akta kematian suami/isteri terdahulu bila telah meninggal dunia;
          Kutipan akta Kelahiran anak yang akan disahkan;
          Izin Perkawinan dari Pengadilan Negeri dan/atau dari Instansi Pelaksana;
          Akta notaris jika ada perjanjian perkawinan;
          Pas foto berwarna ukuran 4 x 6 cm berdampingan sebanyak 3 (tiga) lembar;
          KTP dua orang saksi yang hadir pada waktu pencatatan.
          Surat Kuasa bermeterai cukup bagi yang pelaporannya di kuasakan.

          Note :
          - if translation needed , Google Translate
          - I guess KITAS/KITAP if the case
          Last edited by marcus; 4 weeks ago.

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          • #35
            If you are getting married through the Kantor Urusan Agama (KUA) then it is perfectly legal, wherever you may be. If it's going to be a purely religious ceremony without the official paperwork then I am afraid your marriage won't be properly legal anywhere, even in Indonesia.
            you can by the way take something else from here useful, read: http://wedding-retouching.com/
            may interestno be) good luck

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