The required documents for same-day court marriage may vary depending on the specific state or district in India. However, generally, the following are the common documents that are typically required for same-day court marriage registration:
Proof of Age: Birth certificate or any government-issued document that establishes the age of both the bride and groom.
Address Proof: Documents such as Aadhar card, Voter ID, Passport, or utility bills that provide proof of residence for both parties.
Passport-sized Photographs: Recent passport-sized photographs of both the bride and groom.
Affidavit: An affidavit stating the date of birth, marital status (unmarried, divorced, or widowed), and nationality of both parties.
Witnesses: Usually, at least three witnesses are required for the court marriage. Each witness must have a valid identification document like Aadhar card, Passport, or Voter ID.
Divorce Decree/Death Certificate (if applicable): If either party was previously married, they need to provide a divorce decree or death certificate of the previous spouse, as applicable.
Passport (for NRI marriages): If either party is an NRI (Non-Resident Indian), a valid passport is required as proof of their non-resident status.