APRIL 8, 2017
A U.S. citizen who wishes to marry an Armenian citizen must complete an affidavit stating that he/she is not married, and is legally free to marry. You can sign this document at the U. S. Embassy in Yerevan or in the United States. (If you are signing it in the United States, to be valid in Armenia, the document has to be notarized and apostilled!) We provide a free download of this document, called "Acknowledgement", and apostille services for Armenia in New York and in all U.S. States.
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Single Status Affidavit for Armenia
This document is called an Acknowledgement. You can download the form for free here. Fill out the form, sign, date, and have your signature notarized by a notary public. Then send the notarized original to us for an apostille.
If you live in New York City (Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, NYC), instead of the Acknowledgment, you can get a Certificate of Non-Impediment from New York City Marriage Bureau. Read more about Certificates of Non-Impediment
Other documents required for getting married in Armenia
In cases of previous marriages in the U.S. you need to submit a certified copy of your divorce decree authenticated by an Hague apostille. Armenian authorities recognize U.S. documents only when they have been properly authenticated in the U.S. Documents issued in the United States CANNOT be authenticated overseas. Need a certified copy with an apostille? Please contact us.
- A copy of your passport.
NY apostille for Armenia: prices, processing time, order form
Single Status Affidavit for Armenia: related links
- Apostille for Armenia (New York)
- Apostille for Armenia (other states)
- Apostille for New York birth certificate
- U.S. Embassy in Yerevan, Armenia (getting married in Armenia)