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All of the documents except your birth certificate and passport need to be translated into Arabic.
In Islam, marriage is a legal contract between two people.
Both the groom and the bride are to consent to the marriage of their own free wills.
The essential elements of the marriage contract were now an offer by the man, an acceptance by the woman, and the performance of such conditions as the payment of dowry. Furthermore, the offer and acceptance had to be made in the presence of at least two witnesses.
It is not required, though customary, that the person marrying the couple should be religiously well-founded in knowledge.
The Qur'an tells believers that even if they are poor they should marry to protect themselves from immorality Islam recognizes the value of sex and companionship and advocates marriage as the foundation for families and channeling the fulfillment of a base need.
Marriage is highly valued and regarded as being half of one's faith, according to a saying of Muhammad.
The wali of the bride is normally a male relative of the bride, preferably her father.
The guardian (wali) of the bride can only be a free Muslim with exception to cases whereby the bride is of Christian or Jewish faith, in such cases the bride should be given away by someone from her religious background.) is a technical term of Islamic law which denotes the guardian of a bride.
In most schools of Islamic law, only the father or the paternal grandfather of the bride can be wali mujbir.