It is also important to verify the applicable legal and religious obligations that are part of this process.Note that if the Canadian citizen wishing to enter into marriage in Morocco is a man, it is mandatory that he first convert to Islam.Women, especially when travelling alone, may receive unwanted attention.
Please note that the sworn statement must be in French.
To complete your file with the Moroccan authorities, in addition to the issued by the Embassy, you will also have to present a birth certificate, a statement of criminal record (or lack thereof) issued by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) (it is mandatory to authenticate this document at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) in Ottawa), a divorce certificate (if applicable) duly authenticated by DFAIT in Ottawa,, a medical certificate and a work certificate.
You should respect local traditions, customs, laws and religions at all times.
In 2018, the holy month of Ramadan is expected to start on 15 May and finish on 14 June. Avoid public displays of affection, particularly outside the main tourist areas and near religious places.
Read on to ensure all of your paperwork is in order before booking your ticket. The Moroccan marriage will be recognized in the United States.
The length of time to complete the process can vary -- local authorities in Morocco can change the process according to their wishes.
Alcohol is served in licensed hotels, bars and in tourist areas.
However, drinking alcohol in the street and anywhere other than a licensed restaurant or bar isn’t allowed and can lead to arrest.
Morocco is a Muslim country which follows Islamic laws and customs.