Marriage contract

Definition
The marriage is a legal contract between man and wife, it aims at protection and the establishment of a stable family under the custody of the husband on basis that help them bear its burdens with love and mercy.
Requisits
4 One of the parties of the contract (husband, wife and guardian of the wife) must have a relationship with the Emirate of Dubai with his visa, residence or accommodation, with proof of this.
7 In the event of the death of the wife's father, the guardian closest to the wife (son, brother, uncle and then cousin) must be present, or an agent authorized by an official agency (as per requirement No. 5) and bring proof of the death of the closest parent or guardian (the guardian must be Fully qualified adult (21 lunar years).
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Steps
1 Give a verbal advice to the certification department and submit the requirements and the identity cards.
2 Payment of the fixed fees.
3 Appearance with the witnesses before the competent judge for examination of the application and render the appropriate decision.
4 Returning to the department to receive the certificate after completing the information on the computer in the light of the decision.
Conditions
1 For newly converted Muslims: A. For a new Muslim male is required to bring a certificate of declaration of Islam. B. For a new Muslim female; she needs a certificate of social status (single, divorced or widowed) from her country or embassy without the consent of the guardian.
2 Marriage of Expatriates: A.Libyans - In order to conduct marriage contracts for Libyan males and non-Libyan, a letter of approval from the competent authorities of their country must be presented and certified (as per requirement 5). B. - Yemeni Females - In order to conduct marriage contracts, it is required to produce a letter of approval from the competent authorities of their country (as per requirement 5). C. Lebanese Femails - A family and an individual registration not less than three months old must be presented and certified (as per requirement 5). D. Moroccan Females - A certificate of celibacy not less than three months old must be presented and certified (as per requirement No. 5).
3 GCC Marriage: A. For a spouse who holds a passport issued by the Emirate of Ajman and wishes to marry non-GCC countries, a no-objection letter from the Ajman Shari'a Court must be presented. B. In order to conduct a marriage contracts for Omanis, Qatari to non-GCC nationals, a letter of approval from the competent authorities of each country must be presented and attested (in accordance with requirement No. 5). C. In order to conduct a marriage contract for a Bahraini male to other than a Bahraini female, it is required to obtain a permit from the competent authorities in the Kingdom of Bahrain and to ratify it (in accordance with requirement No. 5).
4 Marriage of Saudis: Marriage contracts for Saudis, whether male or female, of any nationality, even if the parties hold Saudi nationality, are required to present a letter from the competent authorities and ratify it.
5 Marriage of UAE national females to non-UAE national males, or Marriage of  national females from the emirate of Dubai to UAE national males? passport holders: A. The spouse who is not a GCC national must bring a certificate of good conduct. B. Sign the declaration of the marriage to non-UAE national males.
6 If the parties of the contract are less than 18 years of age, or the husband is twice the age of the wife, the matter shall be brought to the testimony judge before the transaction.
Remarks
Papers issued abroad must be ratified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates. Should the papers be drafted in other than the Arabic language, translation carried out by legal translator and ratification by the Ministry of Justice are required.