As soon as you get a copy of your marriage certificate in SECPA from the NSO, you might as well register your marriage in your Korean spouse’s country ASAP.
- City Hall in South Korea
- Korean embassies (if your husband lives abroad)
Since my husband lives in Japan, he could have done this in the embassy of Korea in Japan but the consul advised him to send the papers directly to the City Hall in his town. Another suggestion was to register our marriage in the Korean embassy in the Philippines. My husband chose the first one.
- Original copy of marriage certificate (from the NSO)
- Application form (My husband got one from the consul. Your seals should both appear in it. See images below.)
- Korean translation of your marriage certificate (You can get the format from the Korean embassy website. See the image below.)
- Photocopy of passports of both spouses
The processing in Korea usually takes 3 days and it’s gratis. Once it’s done, your Korean spouse will be able to get a copy of his/her Korean marriage certificate which will be needed for further transactions. One of which is when registering your marriage in the country where he/she currently lives. Only if your spouse lives abroad.
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Hello, pwede po magtanong? Kung na civil na po kami ng korean bf ko dito sa Bohol, nasa last step po na o susubmit na ito sa City Hall ng Korea. Pwede po ba na ang boyfriend ko lang po ang mag submit doon, kahit nandito pa ako sa Pilipinas? Sana po masagot. Maraming Salamat
Hello po, pwede po magtanong? Kung na civil na po kami ng korean bf ko dito sa Bohol, nasa last step po na o susubmit na ito sa City Hall ng Korea. Pwede po ba na ang boyfriend ko lang po ang mag submit doon, kahit nandito pa ako sa Pilipinas? Sana po masagot. Maraming Salamat po
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Hi! Opo, pwede po yung Korean husband nyo mag register ng marriage nyo sa Korea.
Hi. We got married february this year here in the Philippines. Sadly because of the pandemic, processes have been delayed, and until now, we still aren’t able to register our marriage in korea due to the PSA marriage certificate not being available yet. Is it really bad if we register our marriage in korea very late?
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Hello! I’m sorry to hear that. As soon as you get your PSA marriage certificate, proceed with the registration. They might ask you about it but you have fair reasons.