In an online marriage, partners exchange vows in a live-streamed ceremony from their mobile phones, laptops or desktop computers. They also sign a physical document that is then mailed to them. A wakeek/proxy or an attorney is normally appointed by the bride or bridegroom who cannot attend the nikah ceremony. If both the bride and bridegroom are not present at spot (Majlis-e-Nikah).
Ans: Offline marriage refers to a Majlis-e-Nikah where both partners, bride and groom get married in person in presence of witnesses, in person.
Ans: Virtual marriage: It's possible for one partner to be in a virtual chatroom and the other partner to be present in person; this is not considered an online marriage, but instead referred to as a virtual marriage.
Ans: Proxy marriage or nikah through an attorney is a marriage that exists over the internet with no physical contact between the bride and groom.
Ans: Yes, of course. Online nikah in Pakistan is a legal way of getting married in Pakistan because there are some rules and regulations which need to be followed before it becomes legal in Pakistan.
Ans: The basic requirement for online Nikah services is that both spouses should be Muslim, and they should agree on all terms according to Islamic law that they want to follow while they are married or after their divorce or separation. It is also required from them if any of them wants to make any changes in these rules, then he/she must inform them about these changes before time so that there will not be any dispute between them later on.
Ans: There are many places where you can find online nikah services like websites, forums, blogs, and even social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter, but it depends upon your preference as well as the availability of time for finding such services according to need because some places have different terms and conditions which might not work for everyone due its cost-effectiveness or other factors involved. We provide authentic and legal online Nikah service to Pakistanis and Muslims, all over the world.
Ans: The requirement for marrying a foreigner are are under:
You should be at least 18 years of age.
If you are divorced, you need a final divorce decree.
If your spouse is dead, his/her death certificate will be required.
Ans: 1. Affidavit of Free Will: This is a sworn statement by the bride declaring that she has reached the age of majority and that her parents wants to marry against my consent so as a Sui Juris human, I want to marry with my free consent, without any duress or undue influence. It shall be submitted on stamp paper, attested by First Class Magistrate/Notary Public.
2. ID cards of the bride and; groom and witnesses: Two witnesses should be present during the Nikkah ceremony with their original CNICs. Copies of all ID cards shall be attached as an annex to Nikah Nama/Marriage Certificate
Ans: The Nadra Marriage Certificate is an authentic marriage document which is issued after registration of case in Union Council where one party belongs to, within seven days after marriage event, detailing particulars of parties like place and date of birth, address, marital status before this marriage etc., and name & address of Nikah Khawan.
Yes: The Nikahnama
is an authentic marriage document that must be signed before the ceremony. It's a legal contract between the bride and groom, which guarantees their rights and obligations. Nikah nama says that if either of them decides to end their marriage, it will be easy and smooth for them to do so because they have signed a legally binding agreement with all the relevant details spelled out in this document.
Ans: Yes, online marriage in Pakistan is a legal, quick, easy and hassle-free procedure. However, as with all things Islamic, there are certain rules to be followed when performing a nikah over the internet. The first step to follow is to register with an online agency and fill out their application form. This will involve giving your personal details as well as choosing a suitable match for yourself. The agency will then take care of everything on your behalf so that you do not have to go through any hassle or stress dealing with the various legalities involved.
Once you have selected a suitable match for yourself, the next step is to send your documents to your chosen nikah khawan (nikah khawan means 'marriage priest'). These include an affidavit of free will along with copies of your online marriage contract (nikahnama) and Nadra Marriage Certificate. You must also provide two witnesses who can attest that they witnessed the ceremony being performed over video call. You may even choose to appoint your close relatives as witnesses if you wish so.
Ans: An online nikah can be more convenient and much less expensive than an offline wedding. Because you don't have to organize a physical gathering, an online marriage is also more accessible for anyone who can't make it to the location of the ceremony—and it's generally more private, since you won't have any guests around. The process of organizing your own online wedding also allows you to get personal with your significant other and include unique touches that reflect your relationship. It gives you a chance to explore creative ways of expressing yourself as a couple, which also makes it feel more special. Overall, having an online wedding is a lot less stressful than planning a traditional one (which we all know can sometimes take years).
Ans: If you are a Pakistani, or want to marry a Pakistani, the following are the necessities for getting married in an online ceremony:
You must be at least 18 years of age. If you are under 18 and would like to get married, visit our section on marrying a minor.
Add your spouse’s name to your passport before submitting it along with your visa application.
If you are divorced, make sure you have a final divorce decree. And if you are widowed, present a death certificate of your spouse at the time of marriage registration with Nikah Khwan.
Ans: Not only is an online marriage legal in Pakistan, but it can also be more convenient and much less expensive than an offline wedding. You can avoid the nuisance of decorating your house, finding chairs for the guests (and their families), and having your mom make her famous food.
Online nikah is a great option for those who want to get married outside their parents' house or don't have good relations with them. You can avoid being called to your parents' home twice or thrice every month, not having to worry about what they will say if you don't go to their home, or dealing with the fact that they didn't give you enough money to buy food.
To get married online in Pakistan, you will need to appoint someone (like us) as an attorney/proxy.
You also need to have ID cards/Form B or passports (in case of non-Pakistani) for the bride, groom and witnesses.
Six passport size photographs.
Khutba-e-Nikkah is the sermon which precedes the Nikkah ceremony and is read by the Nikah Khawan, Imam or Qazi who solemnizes the marriage ceremony.
A Nikahnama contains details about the bride and groom, their parents with witnesses' signatures, dates of issuing/drawing up contracts, name of Nikah Khawan/Imam/Molvi/Qazi who solemnizes Nikkah, names of witnesses and other relevant information regarding gift articles etc.
Ans: People of Pakistan normally use the term “online marriage” to refer to two different situations:
A couple (a male and a female) is in a distant relationship. They live far away from each other, but are still planning on getting married in the future. This is not an online marriage; this is a long-distance relationship.
A couple meets someone on the internet and decides to get married. The couple does not meet face-to-face before marriage. In some cases they choose to meet before the wedding ceremony, but most do not meet until after they are married—some don't meet at all! This is an online marriage.
To get married online in Pakistan, you will need an affidavit of free will.
You also need to have ID cards for the bride, groom and witnesses.
Nadra Marriage Certificate is a document that is required for marriage purposes in Pakistan. It consists of the following: Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC), Form B and two passport size photographs.
Khutba-e-Nikkah is the sermon which precedes the Nikkah ceremony and is read by the Imam or Qazi who solemnizes the marriage ceremony.
A Nikahnama contains details about the bride and groom, their parents with witnesses' signatures, dates of issuing/drawing up contracts, name of Qazi who solemnizes Nikkah, names of witnesses and other relevant information regarding gift articles etc.
Proof of residence has to be provided by both bride and groom
Ans: The internet has made it easy for people to obtain Nikah online. However, there are some requirements that must be met before proceeding with the Nikah ceremony and that is Ijab-o-Qubool and Mahr,