Miss B'retta Sprowls--you may have heard of her--Oh, that was just the stage names --right there over the dresser is where the marriage certificate
The respectful summons has been duly served," replied the clerk, rising, to lay before the mayor the papers annexed to the marriage certificate
It was the marriage certificate
of the dead parents, and the date it bore was March the twentieth, eighteen hundred and forty-six.
But one of the Bachelor Majors said very politely:--"I presume that your marriage certificate
would be more to the purpose?
People can avail facilities like marriage certificate
, divorce certificate, birth certificate, character certificate, motor vehicle registration, token tax payment, transfer of vehicle ownership, learner's driving licence, death certificate, general post office, domicile certificate, e-sahulat and payment of utility bills, NADRA services and e-stamp papers at this centre .
One of them is Kisumu resident Collins Omondi, who visited the NHIF offices in the lakeside town on Wednesday, seeking to include his spouse as a beneficiary, only to be asked to produce a marriage certificate
USD 25 for transit pass, consular registration, consular accreditation, permits, and civil status documents (registry record, marriage certificate
, birth certificate, divorce certificate, death certificate).
I got married abroad and my marriage certificate
is not in English what should I do?
A FILIPINA accused of forging a marriage certificate
to claim an inheritance has been found not guilty for a second time.
Now, the so-called moral brigades have been given a mandate to cross-question any young couple sitting in a public park or they may go to the extent of asking a couple walking in the street to show its marriage certificate
The interior ministry had said that the law amendment aims at abolishing the obligatory written statement concerning the religion of those who wish to enter into marriage, and to erase the mention of religion in the marriage certificate
issued in Greek and English.
The Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling of the Court of First Instance against an Asian expatriate accused of counterfeiting an official stamp on her marriage certificate