Parental Consent – If either or both of the contracting parties are between 18 to 21 years old, the parents of the contracting party or parties must execute an affidavit of consent, executed in the presence of two witnesses and attested before any official authorized by law to administer oaths (E.O. 209 Art. 14)
Parental Advice – If either or both of the contracting parties are between 21 to 25 years old, he or she execute an affidavit that parental advice was sought together with the written advice given (E.O. 209 Art. 15)
Naturalization Documents – If either or both parties are naturalized Filipino (by-election or recognition) or has reacquired Philippine citizenship (RA 9225)
With previous marriage annulled:
Joint Affidavit of Cohabitation – If the contracting parties lived as husband and wife for a period of not less than five (5) years without any legal impediment to marry each other, the parties are required to execute an affidavit of cohabitation (forms can be obtained from the Consulate; MOP220.00 for the notarization fee) in lieu of a marriage license. If divorced: – If the divorce decree was obtained abroad, the Filipino spouse must: present to the PCG the DFA authenticated marriage certificate of previous marriage with proper annotation and Certificate of Finality of the Court Order recognizing the divorce decree obtained abroad.
- Court Order and Certificate of Finality - If either or both parties has/have married before and the marriage was annulled or declared null and void, such party or parties must secure a court order annulling or declaring the previous marriage as null and void and such order must be duly authenticated by DFA.
- DFA authenticated marriage contract of previous marriage with annotation on annulment.
If widowed: Please submit as appropriate:
- Original PSA-issued Death Certificate of the deceased spouse.
- If there is no record of the death of his or her spouse from DFA, he or she must present a certificate of fact of death duly notarized by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate having jurisdiction over the place where the document issued.
- Court Order on Presumptive Death of Spouse and Certificate of Finality -Original PSA-issued marriage certificate of previous with proper annotation is required together with the Court Order and Certificate of finality.
(A widow may not contract marriage within 301 days from the date of the death of her husband, or before having delivered if she shall have been pregnant at the time of his death).