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My name is Alex Rajak and I am a professional and licensed wedding officiant performing weddings all across downtown Toronto. I want to congratulate you on your upcoming wedding and I want to let you know that I am able to help you to create a ceremony that is fun personalized and memorable.
I specialize in performing multicultural weddings in Toronto if you would like a few words or paragraphs said in your languages such as Chinese Spanish Greek Portuguese Italian Russian and many more languages I can help you.
I have performed ceremonies in various venues hotels and wedding ceremony locations across Toronto. Set up a free consultation for your wedding ceremony where we will discuss all of the fine details, such as the size of your bridal party, whether when you plan on incorporating a unity ceremony and other personal touches that you can add into your wedding Ceremony to make it fun and memorable.
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How to get your marriage license in toronto
You will need to obtain a marriage license to get married in Toronto. To obtain your marriage license it must be within the 90 day period of your wedding date. The marriage license can be picked up in person in any city hall in Toronto and GTA. It takes roughly 20 to 45 minutes to pick up the marriage license in person. A single partner can complete this process, granted that he/she has completed marriage license application and two pieces of photo I.D for both applicants.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED.
Two Photo I.D each
Each person applying for the marriage license must bring 2 pieces of acceptable government-issued identification (ID) from the list below.
- Identification must be valid and original (we will not accept photocopies or scanned images/documents)
- Identification must provide your legal name and date of birth
- Your first and last names must match on the two pieces of ID that are presenting.
- To have your middle name(s) included on your marriage license it must also appear on both pieces of ID.
- ID on the list can be from any country, as long as it is government issued.
- If the ID is not in English, a written translation from a certified translator is required.
- Health cards and S.I.N. cards will not be accepted.
- Birth Certificate
- Driver’s Licence
- Ontario Photo Card (Purple photo ID card)
- Certificate of Canadian Citizenship (Canadian Citizenship Card)
- Canadian Government Refugee Travel Document
- Conditional Release Identification Card
- United States Green Card
- Native Status Card
- Record of Immigration Landing
- Confirmation of Permanent Residency
- Permanent Residency Card
- Citizenship Card
- Identity Card
- Nexus Card
- Firearms Acquisition Certificate (FAC)
- Possession & Acquisition Licence (PAL)
$120-$170 Depending on City
The price of a marriage license varies from City to City in Ontario. Outside of the city core, prices drop slightly.