Getting Married in Jamaica
Persons getting married in Jamaica must be in country for 24 hours before the ceremony can be performed and no blood tests are required.
In order to obtain a marriage license, the couple should contact the Registrar General's Department approximately two weeks before the wedding with the following:
Certified copies of bride and groom's birth certificate.Valid identification for bride and groom (National ID, Passport, Driver's Licence, etc.).
Occupation of bride and groom
If either party was married before, certified final divorce papers or death certificate of deceased spouse
The relevant fees
Once the ceremony is performed, the marriage officer will present the bride with the signed marriage license. With that document, an official marriage certificate can be obtained through the Registrar General's Department online service at the Registrar General's Office in Jamaica.
Civil Registrars and Marriage officers:
Silvera Castro 925-3690, 815-4185
AAron Dumas 399-2383, 929-1667
Wedding Photographers and Videographers
Nicole Brown Photography: Website or Facebook