make sure that you have read and understood the Instructions before proceeding with submission.
Where to request for Duplicate Certificate
You can request for Duplicate Certificate for marriages registered with the Registry of Marriages (ROM)
on or after 15 September 1961 using this e-Service. For marriages contracted before 15 September 1961,
you should enquire directly with the National Archives of Singapore.
|Marriages registered on / after 15 Sep 1961
||Marriages contracted before 15 Sep 1961
ROM Website (www.rom.gov.sg)
Self-help kiosks at ROM Building
7 Canning Rise
National Archives of Singapore (NAS)
Level 11, Lee Kong Chian Reference Library
National Library Board
100 Victoria Street
(Opening hours: 10.00am to 9.00pm daily, except public holidays)
Telephone : 6334 5096
(Operating hours: 10.00am to 6.30pm on weekdays / 10.00am to 1.00pm on Saturdays)
Email address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the register is only a record of civil and Non-Muslim marriages that have taken place in Singapore.
It is not intended for the purpose of determining the legal capacity to marry of any individual in Singapore or elsewhere.
||Duplicate Certificates for Marriages Solemnized outside ROM
The earliest you may apply for a duplicate certificate is 14 days from the date of the solemnization.
||Mode of Application
Application is made by entering the Identity Numbers recorded at point of marriage. A search will be made using the exact information provided.
To search for a marriage record, enter the Identity Numbers recorded at point of marriage. A search will be made using the exact information provided.
The 'Record' will yield only data recorded at the point of marriage registered with ROM, Singapore.
Data are strictly historical and may not be updated even if a name is changed by deed poll and/or the marriage status is annulled/divorced/widowed and/or the identity numbers are replaced.
Where 'No record is found'
• This means that there is no record of marriage matching the information entered
• It does not mean that a person is unmarried. He/she may already validly be married under the law of another country. Overseas marriages are not captured in Register of Civil marriages.
'Record is found'
• This means that a record of marriage matching the information entered has been found.
• It does not mean that a person is married. He/she may already be divorced/annulled/widowed.
||Results of search
The application will be processed on the next working day. If you select "self-collect", the extract copy of the marriage certificate will be ready for collection at ROM between 3pm and 5pm the next working day. If you select "by post", please note that the expected delivery is about 7 days for local addresses and about 2 to 3 weeks for overseas addresses.
A standard fee (Click here for current fee schedule) is payable before each application for a
Duplicate Certificate is made. The fee is payable regardless
of whether a record of marriage is found, and regardless
of whether a mistake was made in entering the search information.
All payments made are non-refundable.
For payments made through the Internet, ROM accepts only payments made in Singapore currency via Credit Card (eNETS Credit).
For payments made at the kiosks located within ROM, ROM accepts only payments made in Singapore currency via Cash Card and NETS.
Applicants are advised to collect a copy of the receipt from the printer.
I have read and understood these Instructions and agree thereto.