Brazil dating marriage
Same-sex marriages are not legal and same-sex cohabitation agreements are not recognized by law.
However, as of May 2011, there have been changes to the recognition of same-sex unions: see the section on 'Same-sex Unions' for more detailed information.
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Marriage in Brazil may take place between two people of the opposite sex who are at least 18 years old.
Following a 15 day waiting period, the couple are free to marry. Issue of marriage license: Once all the documents have been presented to the registry office, approved by the notary officials and no valid objections have been received from members of the public, the registry official issues a marriage license ( If either party has previously been married, they must provide a copy of the final divorce decree (or death certificate of the former spouse if widowed).They must present these documents themselves (or somebody may do so on their behalf) at the Civil Registry Office in the state where they will marry.This must be done at least one month before they intend to marry.Following the marriage ceremony, the foreigner is entitled to start the process that will lead to the issue of a Permanent Resident visa.This may take as long as three years and involves the couple having to attend interviews with the Civil Police: expect police representatives to pay unannounced visits to the couple’s home in order to verify that the marriage is legitimate and not "for convenience".