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    Hi everyone, i plan to marry with my indonesian fidancee in my country Uruguay, she is muslim and i revert to islam to do the marriage. I am wondering which documents she will bring here to do the marriage. I think she need her KTP, a letter from Ministery of Religion and her passport of course. I miss something?
    Her KTP also have a mistake in the date of birth, she should correct it. Any idea of the fees about KTP correction, passport and the letter from Ministery of Religion?
    Thank you so much.

  • #2
    Here is information on getting married in Indonesia - http://www.expat.or.id/info/gettingm...indonesia.html

    Since you're getting married in Uruguay, you should contact the local authorities to find out what documents they require. Then, contact the Indonesian embassy/consular office to find out what they require to get your Uruguayan marriage documents consularized after you've been married.

    Then, you'll need to report your marriage abroad to Catatan Sipil, as detailed in the article above.
    Danielle Surkatty
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    Living in Indonesia, A Site for Expatriates
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    • #3
      Originally posted by mdela1973 View Post
      (1) ... I am wondering which documents she will bring here to do the marriage ...

      (2) ... Any idea of the fees about KTP correction, passport and the letter from Ministery of Religion? ...

      (1) As WM said above , you need to ask your country's marriage office . I suppose that most countries ask for at least : the birth certificate or identity card or passport , and proof the person is not married .

      (2) Fees for Indonesian mandatory documents are relatively cheap and depend on each city . In many Indonesian cities , mandatory documents are free . Passport costs around USD30 .

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      • #4
        Originally posted by wm View Post
        ... Then, contact the Indonesian embassy/consular office to find out what they require to get your Uruguayan marriage documents consularized after you've been married ...Then, you'll need to report your marriage abroad to Catatan Sipil, as detailed in the article above.

        Just to clarify that these procedures are for legalizing the non-Indonesian marriage in Indonesia , so necessary if/when the couple wants to live/stay in Indonesia as a married couple .

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        • #5
          Thanks guys for the info.

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          • #6
            Forgot to say that it would be good to check the Indonesian Embassy's website (see below) . They may issue this document to prove an Indonesian is not married . Who knows this document is easier to get there than bringing an equivalent document from Indonesia (although it may be the inverse too) . Be informed that some countries may require an Indonesian document to be "legalized" and this process is done in Jakarta .

            http://www.livinginindonesiaforum.or...ocuments-where (legalizing Indonesian documents)


            Indonesian Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Uruguay Ambassador : H.E. Mr. Jonny Sinaga
            Address : Mariscal Ramon Castila 2901, 1425 - Capital Federal Buenos Aires, Argentina
            Phone : (54-11) 4807-2211, 4807-2956, 4807-3324
            Fax : (54-11) 4802-4448
            Email : [email protected]
            [email protected]
            Website : http://buenosaires.kemlu.go.id/

            Indonesian Honorary Consulate in Montevideo Honorary Consul : Mr. Jacinto Aviles VOLENTE
            Address :
            Aquilles Lanza 1314, Montevideo, Republica Oriental Del Uruguay
            Phone : (598-2) 901-2916
            Fax : (598-2) 908-2599
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            Website : ---

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