1. How do I get my marriage certificate after marriage?

For Marriage Registration under Hindu Act: You can apply online or at the office of the Sub-Divisional Magistrate in whose jurisdiction the husband or wife resides on any working day.
Fill the Application form duly signed by both husband and wife.
Verification of all the documents is carried out on the date of appointment.
On the said day, both parties, along with a witness who attended their marriage, need to be present before the ADM with proper valid documents.

2. Our Marriage was done long time ago. Can we get now the Marriage Certificate?

YES

3. If Marriage is taken place outside Pune or Maharashtra. Is it possible to get the Marriage Certificate here ?

YES

4. What is the validity of the Marriage Certificate and where it can be used?

The Govt Marriage Certificate is valid as proof and its validity is All over India and World. It can be used as a proof for the Passport, Visa purpose also.

5. What happens in marriage under the Hindu Marriage Act?

For the application under the Hindu Marriage Act, document verification of both the parties will be carried out on the date of application and a particular day will be fixed for the registration. Hence, on that day, both the parties along with the witnesses who attended their marriage should be present to complete the formalities.

6. What happens in marriage under the Special Marriage Act?

Under the special marriage act, both the bride and the groom need to be present after the submission of documents for the issuance of public notice thereby inviting objections. Wedding notice would also be displayed on the notice board of the office and a copy of the notice would be sent by registered post to both parties i.e the groom and the bride to the address given by them.
When there is no objection, registration is conducted thirty after the notice date. the witnesses and both the parties are required to be present on the registration date.

7. What is Basic requirement for Online marriage registration in Delhi

1. The minimum age of a groom must be 21 years
2. The minimum age of a bride must be 18 years
3. Affidavits
4. Minimum two witnesses (it maybe three in case of special marriage act)

8. What are the documents required for marriage registration ?

Completely filled application form signed by both husband and wife
Proof of Address- Voter ID/ Ration Card/ Passport, Driving License
Proof of Date of Birth of both husband and wife
2 passport sized photographs, 1 marriage photograph
Separate Marriage Affidavits in the prescribed format from Husband & Wife
Aadhaar Card
All documents must be self-attested.
Marriage Invitation Card

9. What are the benefits of Benefits of Marriage Certificate ?

If you are applying for a passport or opening a bank account after the wedding, then the Marriage Certificate is required.
Extremely helpful in obtaining visas for both husband and wife.
As the foreign embassies in India as well as in countries outside India, do not recognize traditional marriages, the Marriage Certificate is mandatory for the couple to travel abroad using a spouse visa.
Enables a spouse in claiming life insurance return or bank deposits in case of demise of the Insurer or depositor without any nominee

10. How do I get my marriage certificate after marriage?

A marriage certificate can be obtained by following a simple procedure-
For Marriage Registration under Hindu Act: You can apply online or at the office of the Sub-Divisional Magistrate in whose jurisdiction the husband or wife resides on any working day. And then
Both partners will need to fill in the Application Form, sign it and submit it along with two photographs of the marriage ceremonies, invitation card of marriage,
age and address proof of both parties, affidavit of Notary/Executive Magistrate to prove that the couple is married under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955, two witnesses with residence proof along,
with photo of witness with husband & wife in ceremonial dress, all documents should be self attested as well as all photo should be signed across by concerned. Now make sure that you will have to bring all the original documents at the time of submission/appointment.
age and address proof of both parties, affidavit of Notary/Executive Magistrate to prove that the couple is married under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955, two witnesses with residence proof along,
After all the formalities are done at the office a mail is sent to your e-mail id given in your application, after that you have to print and sign that and send it back on the same e-mail id in the pdf format below 199kb
make sure the document is visible. After receiving of signed certificate is issued within 2-3 working days and you can download your marriage certificate from the e-district portal.
While on special marriage act all the process will be the same as Hindu marriage act only On the day of solemnization, three witnesses are required plus basic identification documents which include proof of age and
address of both parties, affidavit with regard to these as well marital status, rest all the process will be simliar in registraion of a marriage certificate.