Question: Can Muslim and non Muslim marry in Singapore?

As mentioned, Muslim marriage is only available to a Muslim bride and a Muslim groom. Hence, inter-faith marriages where one party is not a Muslim cannot be registered with ROMM. However, under the civil law, a marriage between a Muslim and a non-Muslim can be registered with the Registry of Marriages.

Is interfaith marriage allowed in Singapore?

There is no restriction on interfaith marriages in Singapore apart from Muslim Marriages. Certain rules may apply for Muslim and Jewish marriage. Foreigners marrying in Singapore may require approval from Ministry of Manpower, depending on the type of visa they are on.

Can Muslim and non-Muslim marry?

The tradition of reformist and progressive Islam does permit marriage between Muslim women and Non-Muslim men; Islamic scholars opining this view include Khaleel Mohammed, Hassan Al-Turabi, among others.

Can I marry my Masi daughter?

You can not marry you mother sister (Mausi) daughter, who is cousin sister. Such type of relations are legally prohibited under Indian law.

Can I marry my mothers sisters daughter?

Yes , you can Marry mothers sisters daughters daughter who is not under the degree of prohibited relationship as per section 2 (b) of Special Marriage Act. However, you can not marry your mothers sister s daughter.

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