Applying for Marriage
Assistance from Naib Kadi
Change in Naib Kadi
Confirmation of booking for solemnisation date and Naib Kadi
Exemptions from Bersamamu
How does Bersamamu works?
Change Solemnization Details
Circuit Breaker/Measures Relating to Covid-19
Confirming application for marriage
Extract copy of certificate
Kadi & Naib Kadi
Letter of Non-Impediment
Marriage Preparation Programme for general Muslim couples
Marriage preparation programme
Marriage registration for divorcee
Marriages Registered Outside of Singapore
Marriages where one party is below 21 years old
Maskahwin & Marriage Expenses
Revocation of Divorce
Search for Marriage Records
Solemnization of Muslim Marriage
Verification of Documents and Statutory Declaration (VDSD) session at ROMM
Wali & Witness for Solemnization
Most Popular Questions
How early can I book solemnization date?
• You may have your marriage solemnized within 21 to 150 calendar days from the date of marriage of application. For example, 1 Jan 2019. Earliest solemnization date: 23 January 2019. Latest date: 30 May 2019.
Why earliest is 21 days?
• Couple will have sufficient time to complete face to face meeting with solemnizer and verification of document and statutory declaration at ROMM before solemnization day.
What documents are required to register for a Muslim marriage with ROMM?
You are required to provide the following documents when registering for a Muslim marriage with ROMM:
NRIC (for Singaporeans and Singapore PRs) or passport (for foreigners) of bride, groom, Wali and/or parents/guardians.
Divorce Certificate or Decree Nisi and Decree Nisi Absolute or Certificate of Making Interim Judgement Final (duly certified by the Courts), if divorced. Note: For computer generated divorce papers, please ensure that it is certified by the issuing authority.
Death and Marriage Certificate of a deceased spouse, if widowed.
Annulment certificate (if marriage is annulled).
Deed poll (if name differs from the name in the NRIC).
Proof of adoption (if adopted).
Conversion card issued by MUIS for Muslim converts. If conversion is contracted outside Singapore, the certificate should be duly endorsed by MUIS.
Depending on the following scenario, ROMM would require the following additional documents:
You, or your spouse-to-be is not a Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident (SPR)
You, or your spouse-to-be is under 21 years at the point of registration
Where can I find a Kadi/Naib Kadi to solemnize my marriage?
To solemnise your marriage, you can select from any of the 27 appointed Kadis/Naib Kadis
You can only book a Kadi/ Naib Kadi online, i.e. via internet or the self-help kiosks at ROMM. The booking of your selected Kadi/ Naib Kadi is made at the point when you make your application for registration of your marriage. Face-to-face and phone bookings are not accepted.
What can I do if my Wali is not available?
In the event that your Wali is not available (lost contact, bedridden, incarcerated or overseas), you are advised to come with your mother or your immediate next of kin e.g. brother, uncle, sister etc. to ROMM. You need to bring along the following documents for verification:
Valid NRIC or passport of bride-to-be's mother/next of kin
Incarceration visit card (if Wali is incarcerated)
Bride-to-be's birth certificate (if she has lost all contacts with her Wali)
A letter of consent and a letter of authorisation from the bride-to-be's Wali if he is abroad and is unable to be present for the registration and solemnization due to extenuating circumstances. The letter of consent must be signed before a Commissioner for Oaths and the letter of authorization must be pronounced and signed in the presence of a religious official in the country where the Wali is residing.
How do I apply for a Muslim marriage?
You may apply for a Muslim marriage