Jimia provides Nikah Services . It is important to read following information to make your marriage legal.
What is a Nikah?
The Nikah is the Islamic way of marriage and a sacred and solemn social contract made between bride and groom. It is equivalent to marriage in English.
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.
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 our services?
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As the bride, do I need a Wali (guardian)?
Yes. We suggest that both the father or brother 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.
1 Mutual agreement to marry between the bride and groom (Ijab-wa-Qubul).
2 Two sane adult male witnesses.
3 Dowry (mahr) to be paid by the groom to the bride.
4 Guardian (wali) for the bride.
5 Written marriage contract (Aqd-Nikah or Nikah nama) signed by the bride and groom, and the two witnesses.
6 Marriage sermon (khutbah).