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Kasalang Bayan Feb. 15


Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo has scheduled a Kasalang Bayan on February 15 at the City Quadrangle in Dumaguete City.

The Office of the Local Civil Registrar is calling all interested live-in couples and others not living in cohabitation, including foreigners and residents outside of Dumaguete, to submit all documents on or before February 8. Couples living in may submit documents on February 1.

Among the documents required for live-in couples are birth certificates, certificate of no marriage to be obtained from the Philippine Statistics Authority at P210, affidavit of cohabitation to be obtained from the Public Attorney’s Office for free, and marriage certificate with a processing fee of P300 at the Local Civil Registrar’s Office.

For non-cohabiting parties, the required documents are birth certificates,advice of parents for persons age 21-24 years old, consent of parents for persons age 18-20 years old, valid identification cards, pre-marriage and family planning seminar at the POPCOM Office, registration fee of P100, and marriage license with a P300 processing fee.

For foreigners, valid identification card of the contracting parties, certificate of legal capacity to be obtained from the embassy of the country of origin based in the Philippines; if widowed or widower, death certificate of the spouse, if divorced, original copy of divorce decree, Certificate of no Marriage, couple’s pre-marriage and family planning seminar, and processing fee for marriage license of P300.*


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