Globally, most cultures consider marriage a contract. Despite its varying significance across cultures, marriage is nothing less than a legal process in most countries. However, Qatar’s unique marriage regulations offer a complex approach to getting married.
Non-Muslim expat marriages can only be performed by churches registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or by clergy authorized to perform such marriages by the Ministry.
To marry a Christian in Qatar, you must:
Similarly, each religion has its long paperwork in Qatar that expats have to follow.
Muslim couples can’t marry outside of a Sharia court or for non-Qatari Muslims to marry without a sponsorship letter. Every church has certain limitations, e.g. Catholic churches allow a marriage to be conducted if one party is Catholic and the other is Christian. As required by their respective churches, applicants need specific documents such as eligibility certificates and baptism certificates.
No expats are willing to pass through these tough challenges in Qatar of enjoying this beautiful day of life. With this in mind, the expats travel abroad in order to make their marriage hassle-free. They love to go to Georgia, Seychelles or UAE. Some choose the online wedding since their partners are quite far apart or can’t spend oodles of money.
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