Marriage Officer Cape Town
- Anywhere, anytime (no red tape)
- Religious or non-religious
- English or Afrikaans
- Traditional or own vows
- Only paperwork – no ceremony (if you plan to have the ceremony at a later date, have your own pastor or you had your traditional wedding already)
SA Citizens or Foreigners (if all of your paperwork is in order) – He will assist with a step by step procedure for all foreigners who wish to marry a SA Citizen or another foreigner. He has a close relationship with Home Affairs and knows exactly what they require. He submits all your documents in person to DHA and issues your abridged marriage certificate and copies of your registration papers on the day. Why go on the long waiting list at DHA or have a “cold” marriage at a Magistrate Court when you can do it wherever and whenever you want?
So what happens after the wedding is done?
He needs to submit all your paperwork at the Dept. of Home Affairs (Bellville where he is registered) within 3 working days for registration. The waiting period for your marriage to be registered depends on quite a few things: workload at Home affairs; Divorce orders to be cleared, foreign documents to be verified etc . you may follow up on 0800601190- (DHA Toll-Free number)
He has more than 20 years’ experience in helping loving couples tying the knot.
Contactable references are available on request.
Unfortunately, he is not licensed to do same-sex marriages yet.
All marriages of Asylum seekers or Refugees can unfortunately only be done at a DHA office.
Please contact him for more information or assistance. Thank you.