How can I get married in Cuba?
To marry in Cuba you must both be at least 18 years old and not be related by blood, marriage, or adoption. You will be required to be in the country for at least three days prior to your wedding. All couples planning to marry in Cuba are required to provide: Birth certificates.
How long does it take to get married in Cuba?
How long does it take to get my Cuban Marriage documents done? Once the necessary documents are gathered, it usually takes 2-4 weeks for the Cuban marriage papers to be ready. If you then file a Canadian sponsorship application for your Cuban spouse or partner, this application takes an average of 12 months.
Is it possible to travel to Cuba now?
Yes, Americans can travel to Cuba—there are flights between the United States and Havana. Anyone traveling to Cuba just has to keep a couple of things in mind. Youll need a negative PCR test taken 72 hours earlier. Youll also need to take a test at the airport.
Is polygamy legal in Cuba?
In order to marry in Cuba (or most countries) you need to establish that you are “free to marry,” i.e. that you are single and not legally married. Bigamy and polygamy are illegal in most countries. Individual states do not normally provide official proof of your single status either.