Marriage Search — Letter of Non-Impediment Канада


Содержание поста:

Marriage Search — Letter of Non-Impediment Канада

я Британец и хочу привезти свою девушку в Англию из России, а чтобы жениться на ней в Москве мне надо предоставить Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage , если я нечего не напутал, а вот где её брать, куда посылать, сколько стоит и как долго рассматривается никак найти не могу, объясните что и как кто проходил через это

В гугле забанили? 🙂

я Британец и хочу привезти свою девушку в Англию из России, а чтобы жениться на ней в Москве мне надо предоставить Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage , если я нечего не напутал, а вот где её брать, куда посылать, сколько стоит и как долго рассматривается никак найти не могу, объясните что и как кто проходил через это

Идете в свой местный реджистер офис, подаете заявление, что хотите жениться.
Нужны полные данные девушки — только проверяйте внимательно, халда в нашем офисе в моей короткой фамилии несколько ошибок сделала. После исправления фамилии, умудрилась-таки цифру в почтовом индексе перепутать. Проверяйте очень внимательно.

Они повесят объявление о Вашем намерении жениться на специальный стенд на 21 день.
Потом дадут Вам этот сертификат. Его надо послать в местный МИД на апостиль.

Я потом в Москве это все переводила и заверяла для ЗАГСа

Вот тут офис поищите — http://maps.direct.gov.uk/LDGRedirect/MapAction.do?ref=grolight Тут инфа про все — http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Governmentcitizensandrights/Registeringlifeevents/Marriagesandcivilpartnerships/DG_175715

Упс, не видела Аринину инфу:shy67:

Они повесят объявление о Вашем намерении жениться на специальный стенд на 21 день.

Это типа как рекламирование вакансии на Tier-2, если никто из местных женщин не откликнется на жениха за 21 день, то разрешают привезти невесту из outside of EU ? 🙂

Это типа как рекламирование вакансии на Tier-2, если никто из местных женщин не откликнется на жениха за 21 день, то разрешают привезти невесту из outside of EU ? 🙂

Закон такой — все должны видеть и если есть препятствия к браку, иметь возможность об этом заявить. )

Обратитеьс в Ваш местный ЗАГС, через недели 4 получите требуемый документ.

я Британец и хочу привезти свою девушку в Англию из России, а чтобы жениться на ней в Москве мне надо предоставить Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage , если я нечего не напутал, а вот где её брать, куда посылать, сколько стоит и как долго рассматривается никак найти не могу, объясните что и как кто проходил через это

Getting married abroad

If you’re a British national getting a marriage or civil partnership abroad, you might need certain documents from the UK government, for example a certificate of no impediment (CNI ).

Use this tool to find out how to get the documents you’ll need.

You’ll need to contact the local authorities where you want to get married to find out what you need to do.

Your marriage or civil partnership will be recognised in the UK if both of the following apply:

  • you followed the correct process in the country where you got married
  • it would be allowed under UK law

Getting Married Abroad — Certificate of No Impediment

You can use the Getting Married abroad tool on gov.uk to find out who you need to contact in order to confirm requirements.

Some countries will request a Certificate of No Impediment. These can only be provided for British nationals via the Register Office in the district in which you live.

You must find out, from the authorities in the country in which you wish to marry, how long the certificate is valid for in that country, as it must be valid on the day of the wedding.


You should also find out if they require you to contact the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for legalisation (an apostille) once the certificate has been collected from the Register Office in the district where you live.

Once you have this information you should contact your local Register Office to arrange an appointment. You should plan ahead as there can be a wait for appointments.

You will need to know at least the town and country where the marriage is taking place along with any unusual spellings.

At the appointment you will need to provide evidence of:

Your nationality:

Please bring ONE of the following:

  • Valid passport; or
  • Citizenship certificate confirming British Citizenship; or
  • British birth certificates
    • If you were born prior to 1 January 1983 we will need to see either your full or short birth certificate.
    • If you were born after 1 January 1983 we will need to see your full birth certificate, which includes your parents’ details, PLUS either your mother or father’s birth certificate if your parents were married when you were born. If your parents were unmarried when you were born then only your mother’s birth certificate can be accepted. If your parents were born outside the UK, then you must provide evidence of British nationality at the time of your birth.
    • If your parents were born on or after 1 January 1983 we will also need to see evidence of their parents’ nationality. Further information can be found in the Acceptable Alternative Evidence (PDF, 185KB) document. As this can be quite complex please contact us on 01908 372101 for further clarification.

Your address:

Please bring ONE of the following:

  • Utility bill dated no more than three months prior to the date of the appointment; or
  • Bank or building society statement or passbook dated no more than one month prior to the date of the appointment; or
  • Council tax bill dated no more than one year prior to the date of the appointment; or
  • Mortgage statement from the last 12 months; or
  • Current residential tenancy agreement; or
  • Valid driving licence in the name of the person giving Notice of Marriage; or
  • Letter from the owner or proprietor of the address which is the person’s place of residence. This letter must include:
    • the name, address, date and signature of the owner / proprietor;
    • confirmation that this person is the owner / proprietor; and
    • confirmation of the name of the person giving Notice and that they have been resident at the address for at least the eight days immediately prior to the Notice appointment.

Evidence of your age:

If either of you are under the age of 18 we will need to see proof that your parents, or guardians, agree to the marriage. If your parents are divorced we may also need to see the court order that gives custody to one of them

Your name:

Evidence of any name change (marriage certificate; deed poll etc)

If you have been divorced or widowed:

  • Decree absolute – if your divorce was granted outside England and Wales, then the final divorce documents issued, along with a full translation, if written in any language other than English. A fee is chargeable for clearance of any divorces granted in countries outside England and Wales. Please note that these may have to be referred to the General Register Office for the Registrar General to confirm the document is acceptable under British law and it is not possible to specify how long it may take for approval to come through. Please note that Authorities to Marry cannot be issued until this approval is received, so please do take this into account when considering a marriage date as there may be a significant delay before a ceremony can take place.
  • The death certificate of the spouse – if the person remarrying is not mentioned on the death certificate then you must also provide a certified copy of the marriage certificate.
  • The presumed death certificate of the spouse

Some of my documents are not in English, what should I bring?

If any of your documents are in any language other than English, you will need to bring the original document plus a full translation into English, certified at the bottom of the document by the translator stating «I certify this to be a true translation of the document». The name, address, telephone number and signature of the person who translated the document(s) must be included.

Only original documents can be provided. Photocopies will not be accepted.


There is a fee for booking and using this service. If you do not bring all the required original, valid documentation we will not be able to complete your notice and a further appointment will have to be booked and paid for.

Once notice is taken it is then displayed for a legal waiting period of 28 clear days before the Certificate of No Impediment can be issued.

Please note that as long as you follow the law for the country you marry in, and it is legally recognised by that government, then there is no reason why your marriage would not be recognised in this country. A marriage can only be registered in one place and there is no provision in English law to register your marriage in this country if the marriage takes place abroad.

Last Updated: 23 October 2020

We value your feedback

Note: You don’t have to provide your email address but if you do we can reply if you have a question.

Milton Keynes Council Data Protection Privacy Statement

Letter of Non-Impediment to Marriage

After obtaining the letter of non-impediment to marriage you will need to visit Ukraine’s Legalization Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the document shall be authenticated and crossed referenced for legitimacy. Once business at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is performed successfully, the letter of non-inpediment to marriage must be properly translated and notarized.

We can share with you our own personal experience at the American embassy and at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine. The process for citizens of other nations with their assigned embassies in theory will be similar. Be sure to check your country’s Embassy website for complete details. One thing that is certain is that the requirements of visiting the Legalization Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs — Ukraine will be identical for citizens of all different countries.

Even though the following information is specific for American citizens, much of the information will be useful for citizens of other nations as their experience will be very similar.

MARCH 2011

As an American citizen, I’m in a unique position to share in my experiences while completing the requirements needed in order for my wife and I to become legally married in Ukraine. I say unique, because we scoured the internet for a long time trying to find information relating to the types of situations an American and native Ukrainian might expect to encounter while performing these tasks — we didn’t find very much.

There was very little information on the internet that I was willing to trust. Most of what I found was outdated, contradicting material that most likely tried to convince those interested that the use of a marriage agency is mandatory. While hiring a marriage agency may prove to have its benefits, and may also eventually save you money, we chose to assume these responsibilties ourselves. I will be honest and quickly admit that the entire marriage process from beginning to end was much more challenging, time consuming, and beareaucratic than I ever thought possible. Yet after we succeeded the feeling of triumph was unbelievably powerful and rewarding. This experience had strengthened the commitment and respect my wife and I had for each other and brought our love and devotion to a much higher level.

In order to obtain a letter of non-impediment to marriage from the U.S. Consulate the applicant must schedule an appointment online. This is the only way to schedule an appointment. Appointments aren’t always available at your convenience, as there are pre-assigned time slots throughout the early hours of the day — typically between 8:30 am — 11:00 am Kyiv local time. Appointments are scheduled for fifteen minutes, however you may need more or less time. Bring your valid stamped passport and bring some cash.

If your stay in Kyiv is short, then you must plan ahead and coordinate your efforts specifically. Understand that the Embassy Consulate is open during the morning hours mentioned. However, if you are planning on having your letter of non-impediment to marriage authenticated on the same day, you need to be at the Legalization Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before 11am. This is why you need to schedule your appointment at the embassy as early as possible. The Legalization Department accepts documents for processing between 9:00 am -12:00 noon and returns documents between 4:00 pm — 5:00 pm (4:30 on Fridays).

If you are unfamiliar with dealing with Ukraine business hours know this — no business or government office ever follows a consistent pattern of working hours, payment fees, or document requirements. Show up early and plan on staying late. Bring more than what you think you will need. Anything and everything is subject to change without notice — and it will.

AMERICAN EMBASSY IN UKRAINE spring 2011

UPDATE

February 29 2012 The United States Embassy was relocated to new location in Kyiv.

Очень важная для вас статья:  Зимнюю одежду в Калгари где покупаем Канада

Address: Sikorskoho Street, 4, Kiev, Ukraine

Upon arriving to the U.S. Embassy, immediately approach security and inform them that you are a U.S. citizen and that you have a scheduled appointment — be prepared to show proof. Do NOT join the queue(lines) outside the embassy security station.

Security at the U.S. Embassy is tight. You are not allowed to bring any items inside other than your passport and wallet. You will have to leave your cell phone and all other personal items with security. During my experience, security were local private contractors. This was a surprise, although I confirm that with me — they had proven to be trustworthy.

Only you who have scheduled an appointment are allowed to enter the premises, no fiance(e), friends, or family are allowed to enter with you. I hired a taxi driver to accompany Oksana (my future wife) outside the embassy as I conducted business inside.

Upon entry to the inside of the embassy building, there was a very long queue(line) of people waiting to be served. Do NOT join this line. Walk towards your right down the hallway, turn left, and quickly turn left again after the payment window. Here you will find a small waiting room and a glass window where you will speak to a clerk who can clear you for a brief meeting with the U.S. Consulate to Ukraine.

The clerk will give you a blank application for you to fill, and instruct you to go to the payment window that you walked past on your way in. As of Spring 2011, the cost of services was $50 — cash only (in Winter 2020 cost of service remains the same). Bring the receipt back to the Consulate clerk’s window.


Upon completion of the application and payment, the Consulate will be summoned and review your application. If all is well, the Consulate will sign the Letter of Non-Impediment to Marriage and affix it with an embossed seal.

Do a quick dance and haul ass to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Legalization Department.

LEGALIZATION DEPARTMENT OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS in Ukraine spring 2011

UPDATE WINTER 2020

All information below remains current and accurate (February 29, 2020).

As a citizen of Ukraine I am honored to share with you the experience which my husband and I had when looking for the Legalization Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Letting you know right now, if none of us spoke Ukrainian language — it would be nearly impossible.

The Legalization Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Kyiv can be extremely difficult to locate. Taxi drivers and other Kyiv locals are familiar with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building — but not the legalization department.

During our experience here, the employees were very unhelpful. Unless you speak Ukrainian or Russian it will be impossible for you to conduct business successfully. We suggest you hire a translator that is familiar and has had experience with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Once you find yourself inside the Legalization Department, you will need to find the appropriate authentication form and bank payment form. Be patient and allow yourself plenty of time, as noone here will likely make this process easy for you.

The glass window to the far left is for legal document processing. The glass window to the far right is for bank payment processing.

Make sure you apply for expedited service (check the Urgently box). Payment is accepted only in hryvnia. Cost is 102 UAH (approx. $13 in 2011, approx. $3.8 in 2020)

The Legalization Department accepts documents for processing between 9:00am -12:00 noon and returns documents between 4:00pm — 5:00pm (4:30 on Fridays).. Expect them to open late. Expect long Lines. Expect them to close early.

How do we get married outs >

Next steps

Find services

Was this information helpful?

If you are getting married within Canada, each province and territory has its own rules about who can get married and what you have to do to get married. These rules are similar to the rules in Ontario, but not exactly the same.

If you are getting married outside of Canada, you have to meet the rules of the country where you plan to marry. Those rules might be very different from the rules in Ontario. For example, you or your partner might have to be a citizen of that country, or have lived there for a certain amount of time.

Ontario usually recognizes a marriage that took place outside of Ontario as long as you followed the rules of the place where you got married. “Recognized” means that you have the same legal rights and responsibilities as a person married in Ontario. And you do not have to register your marriage in Ontario.

If your marriage ends, you can apply for a divorce in Ontario even if you weren’t married in Ontario.

Next steps

1. Check if you and your partner can get married

Each place has its own rules on who can get married.

In Canada

You can marry a partner who is the same sex or the opposite sex. You don’t need to live in that province or territory to get married there. You also don’t need to be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.

You can’t get married to more than one person at a time. Only two people can be married to each other. The law in Canada doesn’t allow more than two people to marry.


You must be at least 16 years of age to get married in Canada. But each province or territory has different rules about getting married if you are over 16 but under the age of majority in that province or territory. Check the rules of the province or territory where you plan to get married.

Outside Canada

Check the country’s embassy or consulate to see if you can get married there. For example, some countries don’t allow same-sex partners to marry.

You might also need to be a citizen or have some other connection to that country to get married there.

Ontario usually recognizes marriages that take place outside of Ontario as long as you followed the rules of the place where you got married. “Recognized” means that you have the same legal rights and responsibilities as a person married in Ontario. And you do not have to register your marriage in Ontario.

2. Apply to get married and get married

Each province, territory, and country has its own rules on how to apply to get married and how to actually get married.

In Canada

Check with the government of the province or territory where you plan to get married to see what you need. When you apply to get married, you are usually asked for:

  • the date that you plan to marry
  • proof that you aren’t already married
  • identification

You also have to pay a fee.

To actually get married, you need to find someone who can legally marry you and your partner by performing a marriage ceremony.

Outside Canada

Check the country’s embassy or consulate to see what you need to get married in that country.

You usually need to have a valid Canadian passport.

You might also need to prove that you are not already married. Each country has its own rules about what documents prove that you are not already married. Many countries accept a “Letter of Non-impediment” or “Marriage Search Letter”. This shows that you do not have a marriage registered in Ontario.

You can apply for a Marriage Search Letter online before you leave Ontario. It usually takes about 6 to 8 weeks to get, so it is best to apply for this several months before you plan on getting married. You might have to do other things, like:

  • provide a copy of other documents, like a birth certificate
  • take a blood test
  • pay a fee

Getting married in another country or marrying someone from another country does not make you a citizen of that other country.

To actually get married, you need to find someone who can legally marry you and your partner by performing a marriage ceremony.

Kenya — Obtain Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage / Single Status Certificate

Contents

Procedure [ edit ]

These are issued to Kenya citizens wishing to have their marriages, either to Kenya citizens or foreigners performed abroad. The certificate confirms that the applicant is single and has capacity to enter into a marriage.


  • Kenyans living abroad can approach the Kenyan mission abroad in the country in which they are living in, to make the application of a certificate of no impediment to marriage. Certificates of No Impediment are issued to KENYAN CITIZENS wishing to have their marriages, either to Kenyan citizens or foreigners (Non-Kenyans) performed abroad. The Certificate conforms that the applicant is SINGLE and has the capacity to enter into marriage. Every Kenyan wishing to marry abroad has to apply for a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage from the nearest Kenyan Mission.
  • You will be given an application for certificate of no Impediment to Marriage- Form No. 7 Impediment to Marriage- Form No. 7 to complete.
  • After completion of form 7, you are required to pay the application fees and attach the following documents for submission:

i. Two (2) photocopies of the applicant’s current Kenyan passport-pages 30-32 & the Bio-Data page (certified by a notary public).
ii. Application Letter requesting for a certificate of No impediment to marriage.
iii. Two (2) photocopies of Kenyan birth certificate (certified by a notary public).
iv. Two (2) photocopies of the Fiancée’s (spouse to be) passport (certified by a notary public).
v. Application fee of paid by Money Order or bank cheque payable to the Kenya High Commission, (if applying from abroad).
vi. If you were previously married, two photocopies of A Divorce Decree Absolute or the late spouse’s Death Certificate for divorced or widowed Kenyans (certified by a notary public). These must be in English & if not, a translation provided.
vii. A self-addressed registered post or express platinum post return envelope. (if applying from abroad)
Note: All photocopies must be certified by a notary public. Scanned documents will not be accepted.

  • The application is then forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General (State Law Office) in Nairobi, Kenya for processing. Though the following address

Office of the Attorney-General and the Department of Justice
P.O. Box 40112 — 00100
Nairobi
Marriages conducted without issuance of this Certificate will neither be recognized by the Mission nor by the Authorities in Kenya.

  • After one to three months of processing the certificate will be sent to the return address.

    Required Documents [ edit ]

    1. Two (2) photocopies of the applicant’s current Kenyan passport-pages 30-32 & the Bio-Data page (certified by a notary public).
    2. Application Letter.
    3. Two (2) photocopies of Kenyan birth certificate (certified by a notary public).
    4. Two (2) photocopies of the Fiancée’s (spouse to be) passport (certified by a notary public).
    5. Application fee of paid by Money Order or bank cheque payable to the Kenya High Commission;( if applying from abroad)
    6. If you were previously married, two photocopies of A Divorce Decree Absolute or the late spouse’s Death Certificate for divorced or widowed Kenyans (certified by a notary public). These must be in English & if not, a translation provided.
    7. A self-addressed registered post or express platinum post return envelope. (if applying from abroad)

    Office Locations & Contacts [ edit ]

    Registrar of Marriages

    Sheria house, Harambee Avenue,

    P.O. Box 40112, 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

    Tel No. +254-20- 2227461-9/ 2251355/ 0700-072929/ 0732- 529995

    Email Address: ag@ag.go.ke/ , info@ag.go.ke

    Office of the Attorney-General and the Department of Justice

    P.O. Box 40112 — 00100 Nairobi

    Telephone: +254 020 2227461 / 2251355

    Fax: +254 020 213956.

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Old Treasury Building, Harambee Avenue

    P.O Box 30551 – 00100 G.P.O

    Tel: +254 20 3318888

    Eligibility [ edit ]

      A citizen of Kenya intending to get married

    Fees [ edit ]

      A fee of Ksh. 5,000 is payable.

    Validity [ edit ]

    • The certificate is valid for six months.
    • The certificate loses its validity when the holder gets married.

    Documents to Use [ edit ]

    Application for Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage- FORM NO. 7 : FORM NO. 7

    Sample Documents [ edit ]

    Processing Time [ edit ]

      The processing time for a certificate is approximately one month or approximately 3 months if applying from abroad.

    Related Videos [ edit ]

    Kenya — Obtain Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage (Single Status Certificate) — English

    Kenya – Jinsi ya kupata cheti cha kuonyesha kuwa hakuna kizuizi cha ndoa — Kiswahili

    Instructions [ edit ]

    • Applicants living abroad may channel their applications through Kenya’s missions in their countries of residence. The fee is paid there and the form completed. The mission then forwards to the Registrar of Marriages in Nairobi, the receipt confirming payment, a duly completed form and an authenticated copy of the applicant’s passport.
    • Where the applicant’s home district is Nairobi, notice of the application is displayed for 10 days, giving anyone with an objection to the intended marriage opportunity to raise his or her objection. After 10 days, the certificate is prepared and collected by the applicant or forwarded to the mission through whom the certificate was applied.
    • Where the applicant’s home district is not Nairobi, a letter is sent to the District Commissioner (DC) of the applicant’s home district, requesting them to display the notice of the intended marriage on their notice board or do investigations through the Chief of the applicant’s location on the marital status of the applicant.
    • The DC then writes to the registrar and, if no legal objection has been raised, the certificate is prepared in the usual way and dispatched through the usual channels.

    Required Information [ edit ]

    1. Full names of applicant
    2. Full name of intended spouse
    3. Name of country of marriage
    4. Address of applicant
    5. Address of intended spouse
    6. Confirmation of age of consent
    7. Name of witness.
    8. Sex of applicant
    9. Race
    10. Religion
    11. Last residence in Kenya
    12. Occupation

    Need for the Document [ edit ]

    • These are issued to Kenya citizens wishing to have their marriages, either to Kenya citizens or foreigners performed abroad.
    • The certificate confirms that the applicant is single and has capacity to enter into a marriage.

    Information which might help [ edit ]

    • The standard Single Status Certificate or Certificate of No Impediment may be insufficient on its own to allow a marriage to take place in a foreign country. You may be required by the foreign authorities to comply with the following, so please ensure that you allow sufficient time for processing.

    a) Certificates may need to be translated.
    b) Certificates may need to be endorsed or exchanged for a locally acceptable version issued by your Embassy or Consulate in the country where you will marry.
    c) Certificates may need to be legalized
    d) Certificates may require that witnesses swear an Affidavit stating that you are free to marry and that this is appended.

    Other uses of the Document/Certificate [ edit ]


      In Kenya you are required to make such a declaration (or its equivalent) before a marriage license can be issued.

    Kenya — Obtain Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage / Single Status Certificate

    Contents

    Procedure [ edit ]

    These are issued to Kenya citizens wishing to have their marriages, either to Kenya citizens or foreigners performed abroad. The certificate confirms that the applicant is single and has capacity to enter into a marriage.

    • Kenyans living abroad can approach the Kenyan mission abroad in the country in which they are living in, to make the application of a certificate of no impediment to marriage. Certificates of No Impediment are issued to KENYAN CITIZENS wishing to have their marriages, either to Kenyan citizens or foreigners (Non-Kenyans) performed abroad. The Certificate conforms that the applicant is SINGLE and has the capacity to enter into marriage. Every Kenyan wishing to marry abroad has to apply for a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage from the nearest Kenyan Mission.
    • You will be given an application for certificate of no Impediment to Marriage- Form No. 7 Impediment to Marriage- Form No. 7 to complete.
    • After completion of form 7, you are required to pay the application fees and attach the following documents for submission:

    i. Two (2) photocopies of the applicant’s current Kenyan passport-pages 30-32 & the Bio-Data page (certified by a notary public).
    ii. Application Letter requesting for a certificate of No impediment to marriage.
    iii. Two (2) photocopies of Kenyan birth certificate (certified by a notary public).
    iv. Two (2) photocopies of the Fiancée’s (spouse to be) passport (certified by a notary public).
    v. Application fee of paid by Money Order or bank cheque payable to the Kenya High Commission, (if applying from abroad).
    vi. If you were previously married, two photocopies of A Divorce Decree Absolute or the late spouse’s Death Certificate for divorced or widowed Kenyans (certified by a notary public). These must be in English & if not, a translation provided.
    vii. A self-addressed registered post or express platinum post return envelope. (if applying from abroad)
    Note: All photocopies must be certified by a notary public. Scanned documents will not be accepted.

    • The application is then forwarded to the Office of the Attorney General (State Law Office) in Nairobi, Kenya for processing. Though the following address

    Office of the Attorney-General and the Department of Justice
    P.O. Box 40112 — 00100
    Nairobi
    Marriages conducted without issuance of this Certificate will neither be recognized by the Mission nor by the Authorities in Kenya.

    • After one to three months of processing the certificate will be sent to the return address.

      Required Documents [ edit ]

      1. Two (2) photocopies of the applicant’s current Kenyan passport-pages 30-32 & the Bio-Data page (certified by a notary public).
      2. Application Letter.
      3. Two (2) photocopies of Kenyan birth certificate (certified by a notary public).
      4. Two (2) photocopies of the Fiancée’s (spouse to be) passport (certified by a notary public).
      5. Application fee of paid by Money Order or bank cheque payable to the Kenya High Commission;( if applying from abroad)
      6. If you were previously married, two photocopies of A Divorce Decree Absolute or the late spouse’s Death Certificate for divorced or widowed Kenyans (certified by a notary public). These must be in English & if not, a translation provided.
      7. A self-addressed registered post or express platinum post return envelope. (if applying from abroad)

      Office Locations & Contacts [ edit ]

      Registrar of Marriages

      Sheria house, Harambee Avenue,

      P.O. Box 40112, 00100, Nairobi, Kenya.

      Tel No. +254-20- 2227461-9/ 2251355/ 0700-072929/ 0732- 529995

      Email Address: ag@ag.go.ke/ , info@ag.go.ke

      Office of the Attorney-General and the Department of Justice

      P.O. Box 40112 — 00100 Nairobi

      Telephone: +254 020 2227461 / 2251355

      Fax: +254 020 213956.

      Ministry of Foreign Affairs

      Old Treasury Building, Harambee Avenue

      P.O Box 30551 – 00100 G.P.O

      Tel: +254 20 3318888

      Eligibility [ edit ]

        A citizen of Kenya intending to get married

      Fees [ edit ]

        A fee of Ksh. 5,000 is payable.

      Validity [ edit ]

      • The certificate is valid for six months.
      • The certificate loses its validity when the holder gets married.

      Documents to Use [ edit ]

      Application for Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage- FORM NO. 7 : FORM NO. 7

      Sample Documents [ edit ]

      Processing Time [ edit ]

        The processing time for a certificate is approximately one month or approximately 3 months if applying from abroad.

      Related Videos [ edit ]

      Kenya — Obtain Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage (Single Status Certificate) — English

      Kenya – Jinsi ya kupata cheti cha kuonyesha kuwa hakuna kizuizi cha ndoa — Kiswahili

      Instructions [ edit ]

      • Applicants living abroad may channel their applications through Kenya’s missions in their countries of residence. The fee is paid there and the form completed. The mission then forwards to the Registrar of Marriages in Nairobi, the receipt confirming payment, a duly completed form and an authenticated copy of the applicant’s passport.
      • Where the applicant’s home district is Nairobi, notice of the application is displayed for 10 days, giving anyone with an objection to the intended marriage opportunity to raise his or her objection. After 10 days, the certificate is prepared and collected by the applicant or forwarded to the mission through whom the certificate was applied.
      • Where the applicant’s home district is not Nairobi, a letter is sent to the District Commissioner (DC) of the applicant’s home district, requesting them to display the notice of the intended marriage on their notice board or do investigations through the Chief of the applicant’s location on the marital status of the applicant.
      • The DC then writes to the registrar and, if no legal objection has been raised, the certificate is prepared in the usual way and dispatched through the usual channels.

      Required Information [ edit ]

      1. Full names of applicant
      2. Full name of intended spouse
      3. Name of country of marriage
      4. Address of applicant
      5. Address of intended spouse
      6. Confirmation of age of consent
      7. Name of witness.
      8. Sex of applicant
      9. Race
      10. Religion
      11. Last residence in Kenya
      12. Occupation

      Need for the Document [ edit ]

      • These are issued to Kenya citizens wishing to have their marriages, either to Kenya citizens or foreigners performed abroad.
      • The certificate confirms that the applicant is single and has capacity to enter into a marriage.


      Information which might help [ edit ]

      • The standard Single Status Certificate or Certificate of No Impediment may be insufficient on its own to allow a marriage to take place in a foreign country. You may be required by the foreign authorities to comply with the following, so please ensure that you allow sufficient time for processing.

      a) Certificates may need to be translated.
      b) Certificates may need to be endorsed or exchanged for a locally acceptable version issued by your Embassy or Consulate in the country where you will marry.
      c) Certificates may need to be legalized
      d) Certificates may require that witnesses swear an Affidavit stating that you are free to marry and that this is appended.

      Other uses of the Document/Certificate [ edit ]

        In Kenya you are required to make such a declaration (or its equivalent) before a marriage license can be issued.

      Getting Married In Kenya

      The Marriage Act, 2014 recognizes Five (5) systems of marriage, namely: Civil, Christian, Customary, Hindu and Islamic marriages. The following documents are required to register any of the mentioned marriages.

      1. CIVIL MARRIAGES
      ➢ These are conducted in the Registrar of Marriages, Deputy County Commissioners or Assistant County Commissioners offices;

      ➢ They can be conducted through Notice or by Special license,
      Notice is where both parties are Kenyan nationals and it involves the placing of a 21 days Marriage notice before the Marriage takes place
      Special license is necessary where:
      ➢ Any of the parties is a foreign national;
      ➢ Both parties are foreign nationals;
      ➢ Marriage outside a licensed place;
      ➢ Parties unable to give a 21 days’ notice.

      ➢ They are monogamous in Nature

      A. REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL MARRIAGE BY NOTICE: (KENYANS ONLY)
      • Both parties to appear before the Registrar’s to fill a Notice form;
      • Valid I.D’s/Passports are required (Copy and original);
      • Colored Passport size photos;
      • Death certificate if widowed or divorce decree absolute if divorced;
      • In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status;
      • Fee, Kshs. 3,900.00.

      B. REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIL MARRIAGE BY SPECIAL LICENSE
      i. Where both parties are Kenyan nationals
      • Valid I.D’s or Passports (Copy and original)
      • Birth certificates (Copy and original)
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:

      ➢ Affidavits to state marital status: Separate Affidavits if single or joint affidavit if married under customary law;
      ➢ Death Certificate (In the case of widowed persons): Copy and original;
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorced persons indicating current status): Copy and original;
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status.
      • A documented reason to show proof that you do not have time to give a 21-day notice;
      • Colored passport size photos;

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying;
      • Fee is Kshs. 9,700.00 if wedding is being conducted in the Registrar’s office and Kshs. 16,700.00 if the wedding will take place in a garden.

      ii. Where One Party is a Kenyan National and the Other a Foreign National
      i. Kenyan National
      • Valid I.D’s or Passports (Copy and original);
      • Birth certificate (Copy and original);
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Affidavit to state marital status for the Kenyan National;
      ➢ Death Certificate (In the case of widowed persons); Copy and original;
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorced persons indicating current status); Copy and original;
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status.
      • Colored passport size photos;
      • A documented reason to show proof that you do not have time to give a 21-day notice.

      ii. Foreign National
      • Valid passport (Copies and Original)
      • Birth Certificate (Copies and Original)
      • Passport size photo (Coloured)
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ A Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage.
      ➢ Death Certificate. (In the case of widowed person)- or

      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorce person indicating current status)- Copy and original
      ➢ In the event the Divorce certificate is more than a year old or a death certificate that is more than 2 years old, a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage
      • Return air ticket/visa/work permit.

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying;
      • Fee is Kshs. 9,700.00 if wedding is being conducted in the Registrar’s office and Kshs. 16,700.00 if the wedding takes places in a garden.

      iii. Where Both Parties Are Foreign Nationals
      • Valid passports (Copies and Original);
      • Passport size photos (Coloured);
      • Birth certificates (Copies and Original)
      • Prove of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Certificates of No Impediment to Marriage.
      ➢ Death Certificate. (In the case of widowed person)- Copy and original
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute/Decree Nisi. (In the case of divorce person indicating current status)- Copy and original
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate that is more than 2 years old, a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage
      • Return air ticket./Visa/Work permit

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying
      • Fee is Kshs. 9,700.00 if wedding is being conducted in the Registrar’s office and Kshs. 16,700.00 if the wedding takes places in a garden

      iv. Marriage by Refugees:
      • Must have a valid UNHCR Refugee Mandate or Alien Card
      • To swear an Affidavit to confirm marital status if applying for a special license.

      2. CHRISTIAN MARRIAGES
      ➢ Monogamous in nature;

      ➢ They can be conducted through Notice or by Special license;

      Notice is where both parties are Kenyan nationals and it involves the placing of a 21 days Marriage notice before the Marriage takes place.
      Special license is necessary where:
      ➢ Any of the parties is a foreign national
      ➢ Both parties are foreign nationals
      ➢ Marriage outside a licensed place
      ➢ Parties unable to give a 21 days’ notice

      A. CHRISTIAN MARRIAGES BY NOTICE
      • Both parties to appear before the Registrar’s to fill a Notice form;
      • Valid I.D’s/Passports are required (Copy and original);
      • Colored Passport size photos;
      • Death certificate if widowed or divorce decree absolute if divorced;
      • In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status;
      • Fee Kshs. 1,400.00;
      • Copy of license of the Minister of Faith to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used;
      • Wedding invitation card.

      B. CHRISTIAN MARRIAGES BY SPECIAL LICENSE
      i. Where Both Parties Are Kenyan Nationals
      • Valid I.D’s or Passports (Copy and original)
      • Birth certificates (Copy and original)
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Affidavits to state marital status: Separate Affidavits if single or joint affidavit if married under customary law
      ➢ Death Certificate (In the case of widowed persons): Copy and original
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorced persons indicating current status): Copy and original
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status
      • Colored passport size photos
      • A documented reason to show proof that you do not have time to give a 21-day notice
      • Copy of Minister of Faith’s license to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used
      • Wedding invitation card


      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying
      • Fee is Kshs. 7,200.00 if wedding is being conducted in a licensed place of worship and Kshs. 14,200.00 if the wedding takes places in a garden
      • If parties had placed a Notice of marriage with intent to celebrate their marriage in a garden, the fee shall be Kshs. 7,200.00.

      ii. Where One Party is a Kenyan National and the Other a Foreign National
      • Valid I.D’s or Passports (Copy and original)
      • Birth certificate (Copy and original)
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Affidavit to state marital status for the Kenyan National
      ➢ Death Certificate (In the case of widowed persons): Copy and original
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorced persons indicating current status): Copy and original
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status
      • Colored passport size photos
      • A documented reason to show proof that you do not have time to give a 21-day notice

      Foreign National
      • Valid passport (Copies and Original)
      • Birth Certificate (Copies and Original)
      • Passport size photo (Coloured)
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ A Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage.
      ➢ Death Certificate. (In the case of widowed person) or
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorce person indicating current status); Copy and original
      ➢ In the event the Divorce certificate is more than a year old or a death certificate that is more than 2 years old, a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage

      • Return air ticket/visa/work permit.
      • Copy of Minister of Faith’s license to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used
      • Wedding invitation card

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying
      • Fee is Kshs. 14,200.00 if wedding is being conducted in a licensed place of worship and Kshs. 21,200.00 if the wedding takes place in a garden.

      iii. Where Both Parties are Foreign Nationals
      • Valid passports (Copies and Original)
      • Passport size photos (Coloured).
      • Birth certificates (Copies and Original)
      • Prove of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Certificates of No Impediment to Marriage.
      ➢ Death Certificate. (In the case of widowed person)- Copy and original
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute/Decree Nisi. (In the case of divorce person indicating current status)- Copy and original
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate that is more than 2 years old, a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage
      • Return air ticket/Visa/Work permit
      • Copy of Minister of Faith’s license to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used
      • Wedding invitation card

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying
      • Fee is Kshs. 14,200.00 if wedding is being conducted in a licensed place of worship and Kshs. 21,200.00 if the wedding takes place in a garden.

      3. HINDU MARRIAGES
      ➢ Monogamous in nature

      ➢ They can be conducted through Notice or by Special license

      Notice is where both parties are Kenyan nationals and it involves the placing of a 21 days Marriage notice before the Marriage takes place
      Special license is necessary where:
      ➢ Any of the parties is a foreign national
      ➢ Both parties are foreign nationals
      ➢ Marriage outside a licensed place
      ➢ Parties unable to give a 21 days’ notice

      A. HINDU MARRIAGES BY NOTICE
      • Both parties to appear before the Registrar’s to fill a Notice form;
      • Valid I.D’s/Passports are required (Copy and original);
      • Colored Passport size photos;
      • Death certificate if widowed or divorce decree absolute if divorced;
      • In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status
      • Fee Kshs. 1,400.00;
      • Copy of license of the Minister of Faith to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used
      • Wedding invitation card

      B. HINDU MARRIAGES BY SPECIAL LICENSE
      i. Where Both Parties are Kenyan Nationals
      • Valid I.D’s or Passports (Copy and original)
      • Birth certificates (Copy and original)
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Affidavits to state marital status: Separate Affidavits if single or joint affidavit if married under customary law;
      ➢ Death Certificate (In the case of widowed persons); Copy and original;
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorced persons indicating current status); Copy and original;
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status
      • Colored passport size photos;
      • A documented reason to show proof that you do not have time to give a 21-day notice

      • Copy of Minister of Faith’s license to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used
      • Wedding invitation card

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying
      • Fee is Kshs. 7,200.00 if wedding is being conducted in a licensed place of worship and Kshs. 14,200.00 if the wedding takes in a garden;
      • If parties had placed a Notice of marriage with intent to celebrate their marriage in a garden, the fee shall be Kshs. 7,200.00.

      ii. Where One Party Is A Kenyan National And The Other A Foreign National
      • Valid I.D’s or Passports (Copy and original);
      • Birth certificate (Copy and original);
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Affidavit to state marital status for the Kenyan National
      ➢ Death Certificate (In the case of widowed persons): Copy and original
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorced persons indicating current status): Copy and original;
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate is more than 2 years old, an Affidavit to confirm marital status.
      • Colored passport size photos;
      • A documented reason to show proof that you do not have time to give a 21-day notice.

      Foreign National
      • Valid passport (Copies and Original);
      • Birth Certificate (Copies and Original);
      • Passport size photo (Coloured);
      • Proof of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ A Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage.
      ➢ Death Certificate. (In the case of widowed person) or
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute. (In the case of divorce person indicating current status): Copy and original;
      ➢ In the event the Divorce certificate is more than a year old or a death certificate that is more than 2 years old, a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage
      • Return air ticket/visa/work permit.
      • Copy of Minister of Faith’s license to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used
      • Wedding invitation card

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying
      • Fee is Kshs. 14,200.00 if wedding is being conducted in a licensed place of worship and Kshs. 21,200.00 if the wedding takes place in a garden.

      iii. Where Both Parties Are Foreign Nationals
      • Valid passports (Copies and Original)
      • Passport size photos (Coloured).
      • Birth certificates (Copies and Original)
      • Prove of no impediment to marriage through:
      ➢ Certificates of No Impediment to Marriage.
      ➢ Death Certificate. (In the case of widowed person)- Copy and original
      ➢ Divorce Decree Absolute/Decree Nisi. (In the case of divorce person indicating current status)- Copy and original
      ➢ In the event the Divorce decree is more than a year old or a death certificate that is more than 2 years old, a Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage
      • Return air ticket/Visa/Work permit
      • Copy of Minister of Faith’s license to officiate and serial number of the marriage book to be used
      • Wedding invitation card

      • BOTH PARTIES TO APPEAR before the Registrar when applying
      • Fee is Kshs. 14,200.00 if wedding is being conducted in a licensed place of worship and Kshs. 21,200.00 if the wedding takes in a garden.

      iv. Marriage By Refugees:
      • Must have a valid UNHCR Refugee Mandate or Alien Card
      • To swear an Affidavit to confirm marital status if applying for a special license

      C. Registration of Already Existing Hindu Marriages
      • Certified copy of the Marriage Certificate issued under Cap 157 (Certification to be done by the Hindu Council or the Sikh Supreme Council)
      • Forwarding letter from the Hindu Council of Kenya or the Sikh Supreme Council
      • Letter from the Temple confirming that the marriage took place
      • Identification documents (Valid Passports or IDs)
      • Certificate of Registration as a Citizen of Kenya where needed (Kenyan citizen born in India)
      • IF a holder of an Indian passport, either a CERTIFICATE OF NO IMPEDIMENT or a LETTER OF SURRENDERING OF PASSPORT to Indian High Commission
      • Coloured Passport Photo (1 each)
      • Pay Kshs. 3,900.00 and a date is given per our diary

      • Registration of Hindu marriages started on 1st August 2020 and is being piloted in Nairobi ONLY before being rolled out to our regional offices.

      4. CUSTOMARY MARRIAGE
      ➢ Celebrated in accordance with the customs of one or both of the communities of the parties

      ➢ Polygamous or potentially polygamous

      ➢ Grouped into two, namely: Existing or new marriages

      A. REGISTRATION OF AN EXISITING CUSTOMARY MARRIAGE
      • BOTH PARTIES MUST BE PRESENT at the office of the Registrar of Marriages;
      • Avail valid I.D’s/passports (original and copy);
      • 1 coloured passport photo each;
      • At the time of registration, the parties MUST NOT have entered into either a CIVIL or a CHRISTIAN marriage;
      • The registration of a customary marriage is ONLY APPLICABLE to Kenyans who have contracted African customary marriage rites;
      • Fee payable is Kshs. 3,900.00.


      B. REGISTRATION OF NEW CUSTOMARY MARRIAGES
      • BOTH PARTIES MUST APPEAR before the Registrar to place a notice within 3 months after completion of the necessary steps to confer husband wife status
      • Registration to be done within 6 months from the date of marriage
      • Avail valid I.D’s/passport (original and copy)
      • 1 coloured passport photo each
      • At the time of registration, the parties MUST NOT have entered into either a CIVIL or a CHRISTIAN marriage.
      • The registration of a customary marriage is only applicable to Kenyans who have contracted African customary marriage rites
      • Fee payable is Kshs. 3,900.00.

      • Registration of Customary marriages started on 1st August 2020 and is being piloted in Nairobi ONLY before being rolled out to our regional offices.

      5. MUSLIM MARRIAGES

      The registration of Islamic marriages is governed by the Marriage Act, 2014. Rules for registration of Islamic marriages were gazzetted in December 2020 and the office is in the process of printing certificates and other forms before rolling out.

      NOTES
      1. TRANSLATION
      Any document in a language other than English MUST be translated and verified as true translation by the Respective Embassies
      2. ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFIED COPY OF AN ENTRY OF MARRIAGE
      After a marriage has been celebrated, the Registrar of Marriages is mandated to register the said marriage if satisfied that the marriage was celebrated in compliance with the provisions of the Marriage Act, 2014.
      3. ALL MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES ARE CERTIFIED CENTRALLY AT THE NAIROBI OFFICE BEFORE BEING TRANSMITTED TO THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE FOR AUTHENTICATION. THE COST OF A CERTIFIED COPY IS KSHS. 1,100.00 AND IT TAKES 7 DAYS TO PROCESS.

      REGISTRAR OF MARRIAGES,
      GROUND FLOOR,
      SHERIA HOUSE, HARAMBEE AVENUE,
      P.O. BOX 40112, 00100, NAIROBI, KENYA.

      TEL NO. +254-20- 2227461-9/ 2251355/ 0700-072929/ 0732- 529995

      Is it possible to obtain a letter of non-impediment to marriage…

      No, you must obtain that through the US Embassy in the country where you are to be married. It is only issued through the DOS outside the US.

      The information provided is general in nature and should not be construed as legal advice or to create an attorney-client relationship. The information given by me is for informational/research use only and you are paying me only for such information. The information contained herewith is not legal advice. By accepting you agree you will not rely on anything I say and you will obtain appropriate legal counsel via a traditional/office consultation with an attorney licensed to practice in the jurisdiction where your legal issue arises. I strive to provide quality information, but I make no claims,

      promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked herein and it’s associated sites. You are irrevocably waiving any right to privacy, confidentiality and attorney-client privilege concerning the matters discussed in this public forum.

      If I answered your question and you agree with the above, please click ACCEPT & leave positive feedback.

      How JustAnswer works

      DISCLAIMER: Answers from Experts on JustAnswer are not substitutes for the advice of an attorney. JustAnswer is a public forum and questions and responses are not private or confidential or protected by the attorney-client privilege. The Expert above is not your attorney, and the response above is not legal advice. You should not read this response to propose specific action or address specific circumstances, but only to give you a sense of general principles of law that might affect the situation you describe. Application of these general principles to particular circumstances must be done by a lawyer who has spoken with you in confidence, learned all relevant information, and explored various options. Before acting on these general principles, you should hire a lawyer licensed to practice law in the jurisdiction to which your question pertains.

      The responses above are from individual Experts, not JustAnswer. The site and services are provided “as is”. To view the verified credential of an Expert, click on the “Verified” symbol in the Expert’s profile. This site is not for emergency questions which should be directed immediately by telephone or in-person to qualified professionals. Please carefully read the Terms of Service (last updated February 8, 2012).

      JustAnswer in the News :

      What Customers are Saying :

      Mr. Kaplun clearly had an exceptional understanding of the issue and was able to explain it concisely. I would recommend JustAnswer to anyone. Great service that lives up to its promises!

      My Expert was fast and seemed to have the answer to my taser question at the tips of her fingers. Communication was excellent. I left feeling confident in her answer.

      Eric Redwood City, CA

      I am very pleased with JustAnswer as a place to go for divorce or criminal law knowledge and insight.

      PaulMJD helped me with questions I had regarding an urgent legal matter. His answers were excellent.

      Anne was extremely helpful. Her information put me in the right direction for action that kept me legal, possible saving me a ton of money in the future. Thank you again, Anne!!

      It worked great. I had the facts and I presented them to my ex-landlord and she folded and returned my deposit. The 50 bucks I spent with you solved my problem.

      Wonderful service, prompt, efficient, and accurate. Couldn’t have asked for more. I cannot thank you enough for your help.

      Mary C. Freshfield, Liverpool, UK

      Очень важная для вас статья:  Есть разница работодателю платить двоим по 40 или одному 80 Канада
Добавить комментарий