Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in South Africa

 

Consular Section / Consular Services / Marriage

Marriage

DIVORCE

When one party is a Moroccan national and the other party is of a different nationality we will require the documents as specified bellow:

For Men:

  • Valid passport.
  • 4 photos.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Certificate of conversion to Islam.
  • Criminal records issued by the police in SA.
  • Divorce certificate if you have been married before.
  • Certificate of no impediment.
  • Proof of employment along with the last 3 months pay slips.
  • Certificate of capacity from British Consulate in Morocco.
  • Criminal records from the Ministry of justice in Rabat.
  • Medical Certificate issued by a doctor in Morocco.

For Women:

  • Valid passport.
  • 4 photos.
  • Birth certificate.
  • Criminal records obtained from the police in SA.
  • Divorce certificate if married before.
  • Certificate of no impediment.
  • Certificate of capacity obtained from the SA EMBASSY in Morocco.
  • Criminal records issued by the Ministry of Justice in Morocco.
  • Medical certificate from a doctor in Morocco.
  • If your request is not listed above, please do not hesitate to contact  the Embassy of Morocco in Pretoria for information and advice.

Please note that divorce procedure has to take place in Morocco before the Family judge. You may send a power of attorney to a lawyer in Morocco to represent you before the Judge. Your presence at the EMBASSY to notorize the Wakala is mandatory.

 

The Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco

799 Cnr Schoeman / Farenden Street, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0007, South Africa

Contact the Embassy

PO Box 12382, 0083, Arcadia, Pretoria, South Africa

+27 (12) 343 0230

+27 (12) 343 0613

 

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