Weddings in Turks and Caicos Islands
- Passport is Required
- Original (certified copy) of Birth Certificate
- Both Parties must be in Turks and Caicos at time of application.
- 24 Hours Residency is Required.
- Application for a license may be made to the Registrar in Grand Turk or the Registrars Office in Providenciales. The marriage may be performed at any time after the application is granted.
- Proof of marital status is required. If single, a sworn affidavit is required. If either party is divorced, the Divorce Decree is required in it's original form or a notarized copy sealed by a court clerk. In the case of a widower a certified copy of a Death Certificate is Required.
- If under the age of 21, then consent must be granted by both parents or a guardian in the form of an affidavit stamped by a Notary Public.
- The parties must not be within the prohibited degree of relationships to each other.
- A letter stating both parties occupations, marital status, age as of last birthday, present address of residence and fathers full name.
- For church weddings, Ministers may require proof of membership or special requirements.
- The parties must produce proof of the date and time of their arrival in The Turks and Caicos.
- No blood test is necessary.
- The fee is $100.
John or Gina Rice, Managers
Caribbean Tour & Cruise
5208 E. Fowler Ave. Suite 1A,
Tampa, FL 33617
OUR WEDDING DOCUMENT FEE INCLUDES:
- Acceptance and examination of wedding documents to assure you have compiled everything required on the first submission.
- Knowledge about specific procedures in all islands including forms required.
- Services of a Licensed/Bonded Florida Notary Public.
- Birth Certificate assistance.
- US Passport and foreign country entry visa assistance.
- Submission by appropriate conveyance (certified mail, Fedex, DHL, etc.)
- Assistance with Apostiles (additional expense to State, if required)
- Regular relationship with Wedding Coordinators
- (800) Number availability for you and your guests.
- Overseas phone calls or faxes to make arrangements.
Ship, Resort, Island or Government Fees