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Civil Ceremonies are performed in Spanish. If needed, a translator can be hired at an additional fee.
*Please note that Birth Certificates, Divorce Decrees, Death Certificates, adoption and name change documents will become the property of the State of Nayarit, Mexico when getting married at Hard Rock Hotel Vallarta. Ceremony cannot be performed unless all documents are in order.
All documents must be translated into Spanish at the resort. In order to do this all, documents presented must be issued in English. If Birth Certificates are not issued in English, please notify your wedding planner. Additional paperwork will apply. Cost may vary depending on number of pages per document. This cost will be charged on property.
A marriage certificate is provided by the State of Nayarit, Mexico for civil ceremonies, this is a legal document issued in Spanish. All wedding couples must contract their local court house for filing requirements. Every state/country is different when it comes to filing of foreign marriage documents. Some states/countries require the certificates to be translated from Spanish to English. Hard Rock is not liable for any additional charges that may be associated according to the state/countries requirements on supplementary paperwork.
As of January 1, 2013 a Single Status Declaration will be required for all couples getting married in the State of Nayarit. This is proof of single status in the State of Nayarit, Mexico and has been added by the state government for all weddings. This new legal requirement will have an additional cost which will be included in the $650 USD Governmental fee. Only 1 document will be needed for single people and two documents will be required if either the bride or groom is divorced.