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Marriage License Requirements

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camrice
Wedding Date: Oct, 2010
San Juan, Puerto Rico

I was informed that the requirements to obtain a marriage license in Puerto Rico have changed where you no longer need to get the blood work done - unless it is required in your home state.

I tried to Google it and the only thing that I could find was that the new legislation was signed in August, but I don't know if that means it was also effective in August.

When is the change effective? We are at the point where we either need to get the blood work done or follow the new requirements and I want to make sure we do the correct thing.

Please help.

Thanks!

Posted in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Written on Sep. 27, 2010

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11 replies. Displaying 1 through 10.
Love_birds
david@davidmedina.com

It is Law num. 127 del 11 de agosto de 2010.

As lon as you are not a Puerto Rico resident you now only need:

1. A medical certificate that meets all the requirements of your state. It cannot be older than 10 days from the moment it was made.

2. A legal id from issued by your state.

3. Passport, and

4. A sworn statement that states that you are nor Puerto Rico resident and you are at Puerto Rico just to get married.

You can read the newspaper article here: http://www.elnuevodia.com/masfacilcasarseenpuertorico-778720.html (sorry, is in spanish).

It is in effect already.

David Medina
David Medina Photography
www.davidmedina.com

Written on Sep. 28, 2010
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Wedding Planner mariaalugo@gmail.com

Hello my name is Maria A Lugo.I am a Destination Wedding Planner in Puerto Rico and I also do personal Escort Services for Couples who come to get marry in Puerto Rico and want to have a smooth, simple and sure process to obtain their marriage license.
I will love to be your personal escort and help in all the process. If you think you need this personal service for your upcoming wedding in Puerto Rico please contact me @ mariaalugo@gmail.com

Written on Sep. 28, 2010
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nicolemcdonald@netzero.net
Wedding Date: Oct, 2010
Juan, Puertorico, Puerto Rico
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Hi Maria I am getting married on 10/10/10 in Puerto rico and I want to know what it cost to have you help with the license? Please le me know. Thnaks

Written on Sep. 28, 2010
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nicolemcdonald@netzero.net
Wedding Date: Oct, 2010
Juan, Puertorico, Puerto Rico
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I am not sure we will still be getting ours but I will see if I can find out.

Written on Sep. 28, 2010
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nicolemcdonald@netzero.net
Wedding Date: Oct, 2010
Juan, Puertorico, Puerto Rico
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Ok so i have called my contact in PR who works for the medical center and she says they have been talking about it but,they have not been told that anything has changed yet. We are doing this on our own someone from our hotel told us what to do and how to do it so wish me luck. They want to charge like $300 to help you and I think that is a big rip off and scam. I guess they think we are all rich. Goodluck I hope this helps.

Written on Sep. 28, 2010
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sisterlylovebakeshop.com
Wedding Date: Nov, 2014
Puerto Rico
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Hi. I have tried contacting the Hall of Records in PR just now but its closed right now. I found a number to call (787) 767-9120 exts. 2101, 2109, 2110, 2111. You can try to contact them to find out exactly, all of their government pages are in Spanish so I don't know how well or if you speak Spanish. I will try again tomorrow to see if I can get through. Hope this helps a little.

Written on Sep. 28, 2010
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camrice
Wedding Date: Oct, 2010
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Thank you!

Written on Sep. 29, 2010
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stephanie.a.rivera@gmail.com
Wedding Date: May, 2010
El Condado, Puerto Rico
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This is what you need:
*Blood tests (within 10 days of getting the license)
*ID (driver license or passports)
*Birth certificates
Whatever you do- BRING YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE. Nowhere does it say you need it, but I got married this past May, and they almost didn't issue our license because we didn't have them. Our wedding planner (the AWESOME Paola from El Convento) had to sweet talk the woman behind the counter, and she finally gave it to us.

Written on Oct. 04, 2010
Love_birds
sherrido1965

Ok, I'm getting mixed information on obtaining a marriage license. Some say we have to be present when we apply and it could take up to 2 months. Other say apply by mail and the present your documents when you get there. So what is the scoop?

Written on Nov. 30, 2011
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nicolemcdonald@netzero.net
Wedding Date: Oct, 2010
Juan, Puertorico, Puerto Rico
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No blood test required for licensing. Go to the Registar of Demagrphics office. And yes you need to go in person. You can try by mail but let me give you and example. I sent them a letter after I was married. I sent the letter in Dec 2010 explaining that they made a minor mistake on my license and they just sent me a response by mail Nov. 2011 now you try the mail if you like. Hope this helps. Goodluck!

Written on Nov. 30, 2011
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