Requirements for Nikah
What is a Nikah?
The Nikah is the equivalent to marriage in english. It is a sacred and solemn social contract made between bride and groom.
What is required to be Islamically married?
A Nikah must be performed between the bride and groom in order to be Islamically married.
Who performs the Nikah?
The Nikah is performed by Imam or another Imam of the parties choosing.
Does my Nikah mean I am legally married?
No. The Nikah ceremony means you are Islamically married. You are not legally married until you obtain a marriage license from your local government, or go through the dedicated processes your local government has in place to legally marry its residents.
How do I book your services?
Please fill out the forms.
As the bride, do I need a Wali (guardian)?
Yes. We suggest that the father or brother both of the groom and bride be present.
Do I need a marriage license prior to the Nikah?
Yes. You must bring a marriage license from your local town clerk otherwise the Nikah will not be conducted.
What day and time is available to conduct a Nikah?
The weekends only between Dhuhr and Maghreb. However, exceptions may be made depending on the availability of the Institute.
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