Marriage Registration Certificate For Afghan Nationals & All Foregn Nationals

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Afghan & All Foreign Nationals can Marry in Pakistan and Get Nikah Nama Registration & Marriage Certificate

Marriage Certificate & Registration of Nikahnama for Afghan Nationals: Only Lawyers in Pakistan who can help Afghan Nationals with Nikah & Marriage Registration

Marriage Registration Certificate For Afghan Nationals & All Foreign Nationals-Only lawyers in Pakistan who can help Afghan Nationals with marriage registration: 

If you are an Afghan Citizen, or if you are a foreign national but resident of any other country, and want to get married in Pakistan to anyone including Afghani, Indian and Sri Lankan, then look no further. YOU ARE AT THE RIGHT PLACE.  If you want to get married in Afghanistan, Afghan marriage registration service is available for your assistance. But Please Understand That This is Not An Easy Task.  We deal with educated, civilized and polite Afghsnistani citizen (Afghan Nationals) only. 

Getting Married in Pakistan

Getting married in Pakistan is not difficult. If you meet their requirements, then you can get married in Pakistan. The procedure for getting married as an Afghan is easy and simple. This guide will help you understand how to apply for your marriage registration in Pakistan as an Afghan national or foreign national, by providing all the details about where to go and what documents are required.

The following procedure is for all foreigners who are getting married in Pakistan. If you are an Afghan, this is a guide to what you have to do and the documents that you need.

  • The couple must be 18 years old or older.
  • You must have a valid passport and Pakistani visa. (As marriage is a fundamental right, over-stayed Afghans also can marry/solemnize Nikah in Pakistan.)

How to Apply?

The procedure for getting married in Pakistan is as follows:

  • You should seek the help of our lawyer at our Karachi, Islamabad or Rawalpindi offices (we have two offices in Rawalpindi), who will help you to get solemnize your Nikah by our Nikah Khawan and get registered your marriage with the relevant authorities. They will guide you through the proper channels and ensure that all required documents are genuine and authentic.
  • All documents (copies of valid passports, 6 passport size pictures of both must be submitted at least 2 days before the date of wedding ceremony so that they can be processed in time before your big day arrives. This includes getting copies of your passports, visas, Identity Cards, birth certificates, (if any) or previous divorce certificate or death certificate of your ex-spouse (if applicable) etc. If you are unable to get any of these documents, then it is advisable to apply for them beforehand so that you don’t miss out on anything important later down the line when everything else has been taken care off!
  • You need to submit photocopies of originals documents along with their translation into Urdu if applicable.

Where to Apply?

Where you can apply for your marriage registration depends on the city you are in. If you are in Islamabad, Lahore or Karachi, then you can easily apply at any NADRA office. However, if you are in Peshawar or Quetta, then it will be difficult to get your application approved without first obtaining permission from the Deputy Commission of Districts (DC).

You can also submit an application directly at the NADRA office in any city. This may require some patience as long queues might make it difficult for people to get their applications processed quickly. You should expect a wait time of about 2 hours before being able to submit your documents and receive them back within 5 working days or less depending on how busy they are at that time


Marriage registration fees vary from one district to another and also depend on the type of marriage. The fee for a Nikah is usually paid to the marriage registrar. The fee is usually paid in cash, and it is always recommended that you check with your local registry office before you arrive as some offices may not accept checks or credit cards for payment of services rendered. It should also be noted that all Pakistani nationals are required by law, irrespective of their religion or faith, to pay their taxes which includes paying any fees associated with registering a marriage.

Court Marriage Pakistan, Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore

Required Documents

You will need to provide the following documents:

  • Passport
  • NADRA card (if applicable)
  • Birth certificate (must be issued by a government authority, such as the national registry office)
  • Marriage certificate (must be issued by a government authority, such as the national registry office)
  • Affidavit from both parties stating that no third party was involved in the marriage and that both parties have agreed to get married without being forced. The affidavit should also include any children born out of wedlock, if applicable. If one party will not sign an affidavit testifying to this fact, it is important for them to provide proof that they are unable to sign due to physical or mental disability or illiteracy. This may also be necessary if there are children born out of wedlock but only one parent wishes their relationship documented through marriage registration; see below for more information about how we handle these cases!

We recommend bringing additional supporting documents with you when coming into our office: medical records proving infertility or impotence; witnesses who can attest to your infertility/impotence; and any other relevant documentation showing why getting married would be impossible without us helping with translation services etcetera so please feel free contact us at anytime via email ([email protected])

List of marriage registrars in Pakistan

  • Marriage Registrars in Karachi
  • Marriage Registrars in Lahore
  • Marriage Registrars in Islamabad
  • Marriage Registrars in Rawalpindi
  • Marriage Registrars in Peshawar
  • Marriage Registrars in Quetta

You can get married in Pakistan if you meet their requirements.

In order to get married in Pakistan, you must be of sound mind, at least 21 years old and a Muslim. You must also have a valid passport and visa. Your spouse must also meet these requirements as well. This means he/she has to be 21 or older, free to marry (i.e., not married or divorced), a Muslim and have a valid passport/national ID card (NADRA) on them.

Contact us for our Online Marriage, Offline Court Marriage Services with Nikah (For Muslims) and For Non-Muslims with Complete Authentic Legal Marriage Documentation Services

Getting married in Pakistan is a relatively easy process, so if you’re looking for a way to have a fun wedding and get some experience abroad, this might be just the thing for you! Our firm offers services such as visa consulting, translation of documents into English and other languages, help with arranging marriages abroad (like in Dubai!), and more. So don’t hesitate – contact us today!

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