Marital status check can be done with us or by phoning the DHA.
Send us your identity number and we will let you know your marital status. This is just a confirmation of your marital status as per the home affairs system. No official document will be issued and a fee will incur for this service
Marital status refers to an individual's legal status in relation to marriage. It describes whether a person is currently married, unmarried, divorced, widowed, or in a legally recognized partnership.
The common categories of marital status include:
- Single: An individual who has never been married or has not entered into a legally recognized partnership.
- Married: A person who is legally united in marriage with another individual.
- Divorced: An individual who has legally ended their marriage through a divorce or dissolution process.
- Widowed: Someone whose spouse has passed away, resulting in the termination of the marriage.
- Separated: A status indicating that a married couple is living apart but has not legally dissolved their marriage.
- Civil Partnership or Domestic Partnership: A legally recognized relationship similar to marriage, available in some jurisdictions, often granting similar rights and responsibilities as married couples.
Marital status can have implications in various areas, including:
- Legal rights and obligations: Marital status can affect matters such as property ownership, inheritance rights, tax filing status, and legal decision-making.
- Social benefits: Marital status can impact eligibility for certain social benefits, such as healthcare coverage, pension plans, and survivor benefits.
It's important to note that marital status is a personal and private matter. While it may be relevant in specific legal or administrative contexts, respect for individuals' privacy and personal choices is crucial.