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  1. The ministry of religious affairs in Algeria told me that they don't accept a document from Masjeeds (Mosque) in US. They only accept ones from France and England (if I'm not mistaken). When I told them that my soon to be husband has a Muslim first name and last name they told me to bring his and his parents birth certificates.
  2. Actually, Algeria doesn't accept a document from an Imam from US unfortunately. But with some research I found a way to prove that he is muslim ( Muslim last name + marriage certificate of his parents with a muslim mahr amount )
  3. That's what an officer at the city hall told me. I'll still be single for them
  4. Of course I care. I want to maintain my rights in my country.
  5. Thank you. We've read them but the city hall demanded a written statement by the embassy not my fiancé.
  6. Thank you for your reply. They told me that my marriage won't be valid if I get married in Tunisia and that I need to be a resident there to be able to get married.
  7. Hello, I hope you're doing all well. My fiancé and I are planning to get married in Algeria. When we went to the city hall, they gave us a list of required documents. I have some questions regarding some of them, please help : 1- Capacity of marriage cetrificate : Where do you get this certificate. while calling the embassy in Algiers, they told us that they don't provide it. 2- Proof that my fiancé is single : is there a document he can get from there (USA). 3- Where do you certify all the papers before coming to Algeria please? Do you need to certify them at the Algerian embassy as well ? and how many copies should he make. Please share your experience with us. Appreciated thank you,
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