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This page is designed to guide you through your marriage to a Vietnamese citizen and the spousal sponsorship process. Sponsorship Questionnaire Marriage to a Vietnamese Citizen Every country has its own laws that apply to its citizens marrying a person from a different country. Getting married to a Vietnamese citizen with the goal of eventually bringing them to Canada to live is a process with many steps. The Vietnamese government imposes strict requirements on foreigners who marry Vietnamese as an indirect way of discouraging Vietnamese citizens from moving to other countries.
You must demonstrate to Vietnamese officials that they are not currently married to anyone else - either you have never been married or all divorces are finalised - that your identity is proven, and that you have never committed any crimes in Vietnam.
This is done by providing various documents including an Affidavit of Single Status to the Vietnamese government either in Vietnam or via a Vietnamese embassy. If you want to bring your Vietnamese spouse or partner to live in Canada, you must then file a sponsorship application for them to become a permanent resident. If they would like to visit you in Canada while their application is in process, they must also apply for a visitor visa. Vietnamese Marriage Basic Requirements Getting married in Vietnam is not a hassle and the procedures are straightforward.
As long as all the documentation required is ready and the laws are followed, the whole process is easy. In Vietnam, the legal marriage age is 18, parental consent is required for anyone under You should take your passport and all of the documents you brought with you from Canada.
The Vietnamese spouse needs to present a Vietnamese Affidavit of Marriage Status as well as her passport, birth certificate, family book and a certificate for permanent or temporary residence, her medical certificate and proof that she is no longer married is also required.
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The committee has 60 days to make a decision whether to register the marriage or not by consulting the Judicial and Security Service. A tourist visa can be obtained from the embassy of Vietnam and is valid for one month from the day you anticipate entering the country.
The visa is usually issued within 5 working days and your Canadian passport should be valid for at least 6 months with two blank pages. Your stay can be extended if an application is made for one month extension, at no extra cost, once in Vietnam. It is an important document because it is proof of single status and non-involvement in marriage with another person. It is valid for 3 months after issuance.
Another procedure to go through that is necessary is undergoing a marriage search in the statistics bureau in the province of residence to certify that another marriage certificate has not been applied in your name from the age of 18 upwards. Lastly, obtain a medical certificate issued by a credible medical institution, physician or organisation stating that you do not have any sexually diseases or AIDS or mental illnesses that are infectious, hence fit to marry.
Vietnamese Marriage Ceremony The marriage ceremony to a Vietnamese citizen can legally take place in Vietnam, Canada, or any other country as long as both parties have the necessary visas to enter this country legally. This marriage can then be recognised when applying for a permanent residence or a visitor visa for your Vietnamese spouse.
To learn more about ceremony customs, see below. Family Members If your Vietnamese spouse has dependent children, this does not affect the Vietnamese Marriage document application.
If you have dependent children, they have no effect on the application to marry a Vietnamese citizen. How long is the Vietnamese Marriage document valid? The document is valid for 6 months from the date of issue. The wedding is an important ceremony in Vietnamese culture. The Engagement An engagement ceremony usually takes place half a year or so before the wedding. In the past, most marriages were arranged by the parents or extended family, and while the children wanting to marry or get married were consulted, the final decision was made by the parents.
It was not unusual for the bride and grooms to meet for the first time at the day of their engagement. However, in the last few decades, Vietnamese have ditched the arranged marriages and adopted western culture and now most marry based on love. The Wedding Preparations for the traditional Vietnamese wedding begin by first choosing a date and time for the marriage ceremony. This is decided by a Buddhist monk, Spiritual leader, or fortune teller due to the spiritual nature of the occasion.
This tradition is different if the family is Catholic. Both Vietnamese and oversea-Vietnamese who desire to have a hybrid wedding where traditional Vietnamese and Western-style wedding customs are merged are allowed to do so. At the end of the ceremonies, there is a wedding reception for the two families and guests. The former is usually embroidered with imperial symbols such as the phoenix and includes an extravagant outer cloak.
The groom wears a simpler male equivalent of the dress, often in blue. In forced marriages, sometimes the bride would flee from home so this ceremony was necessary before the actual wedding starts. The bride and groom burn incense sticks, this symbolises asking for permission from the ancestors to bless them. The couple turns and bows to their parents, give thanks for raising and protecting them. The bride and groom then bow to each other.
A tea and candle ceremony then follows which includes speeches, it is only during a traditional wedding that such a tea ceremony is needed. The bride and groom, in front of all their guests, serve tea or wine to their parents.
Each parent then gives advice about marriage and family to the couple. A candle ceremony will follow, symbolising the joining of the bride and groom and the joining of the two families. Modern Vietnamese weddings still include the giving of jewellery to the bride but are followed by the exchange of wedding bands between the bride and groom.
However, Catholic Vietnamese families wait to exchange wedding bands at the church ceremony. Most newlyweds go their houses. The number of guests in attendance at modern-day receptions is large.
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Elaborate 7 to 10 course meals are served, often starting with cold platters then followed by hot dishes such as seasoned lobster, seafood hot pot, and other Vietnamese and Chinese banquet dishes, ending with dessert or a fruit platter. Vietnamese Wedding Gifts Guests often expected to bring gifts, traditionally in the form of money in an envelope.
The immediate family usually gives more money to the bride and groom. At one point during the reception, the bride and groom go from table to table thanking guests for their blessings and also collecting the envelopes. Most couples however leave a box at the sign-in table for guests to drop in their envelopes and cards, something that the older more conservative folk despise.
Vietnamese wedding food is similar to Chinese wedding food in that they both have special symbolism. They symbolise happiness, longevity, or fertility. The number of courses is also the same as Chinese culture.
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At a wedding banquet, eight dishes are usually served. In a Vietnamese marriage, the dragon symbolises the male role while the phoenix symbolises the female role. Bring Gifts Back to Canada Here are important things to remember when bringing back wedding gifts: Personal exemptions for one person cannot be combined with someone else or transfer them to another person.
Generally, the goods included in personal exemption must be for personal or household use. Goods brought in for commercial use or for another person, do not qualify as a personal exemption and are subject to full duties. Goods included in 24 or 48 hour exemption must be with the person on arrival in Canada. Goods claimed in the 7-day exemption may be shipped to your home except for tobacco and alcohol.
Pigeon Pigeon is a symbol of peace, it also has tender meat. Quail is offered whole to all guests, symbolising that they will also experience a peaceful life. Shark Fin Soup Usually follows the appetisers. Shark fin soup indicates wealth therefore it is very expensive and also considered a delicacy.
Lobster Red is the color for happiness in Vietnam culture, red lobster would signify joy and celebration. Also, serving whole lobster indicates wholeness. Vegetables Serving sea cucumber with vegetables is a sign of selflessness this dish is served to encourage the couple to avoid conflict and have peace, it is believed sea cucumber sounds like good heart.
Fish Serving fish indicates that the couple is wished a life full of plenty and abundance because fish sounds like plentiful. Noodles Noodles served at the end of the wedding symbolise longevity because noodles are long strands.
Sweet Red Bean Soup Serving dessert wishes the newlyweds a sweet life. The hot sweet red bean soup should contain lotus seeds and red beans to wish the newlyweds a hundred years of togetherness without conflict. At the end of the wedding feast, waiters usually pass out take-away boxes to the guests because there is always enough food for everyone and some left overs, this represents abundance.
It is acceptable to take some of the food home because Vietnamese believe that it is not good to waste good food.