Grenada Wedding Legal Requirements
There are a few legal requirements to get married in Grenada:
- Couple must reside in Grenada for a minimum of three days
- Couple must each have a valid passport.
- Couple must each present birth certificates.
- Couple must present a notarized lawyer’s letter confirming both parties have single status.
- If applicable, couple must present absolute divorce papers.
- If applicable, if a previous spouse is deceased, the death certificate is required.
- Couple must each be of the minimum age of eighteen.
- A deed poll certificate is needed to prove any name change.
- The required documents must be presented to the different government ministries in Grenada in person. This should take about two hours. Please note there is a dress code in the Ministerial building. No sleeveless shirts or tank tops for men or women and no shorts for men. If you choose to be married by a minister, he or she will need to meet to interview you prior to the wedding.
- In Grenada you may be married by an officer of the court, namely a Magistrate, or a Minister of Religion. The choice is entirely yours. For Catholic weddings, you should contact your local priest who would liaise with our priest for a Grenada Wedding.