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Hello, everyone. I've known this girl for over 2 years now, and in January of next year, I will go to Cambodia to marry her. When I get to Cambodia, do I go to the consular to get the marriage license, first? Any help would be very appreciated.

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I think you should.. :)

My husband had to get a paper from the US Consulate here in Bulgaria, that states that he is legally able to marry.. The we had to get it certified at the Ministry of foreign affairs in Sofia.. Maybe you can ask the consular office in Cambodia??



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You, the US Citizen must go to the U.S Embassy and get a form that states "intent to marry". It's pretty easy. Just go there, and when they call you up to the window, tell them you're intending to marry a Khmer. They'll give you a form to fill out. That form needs your information and her information and you have to bring it back to them to have them stamp it. The fee is 50 dollars. In order to get all the certificates needed from the Cambodian government, you will need that form with the stamp on it. You have to go there between 1-3 pm because that's the only time you can go get those forms. I might be back in Cambodia around January if her interview is around that time. Good Luck..


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