- Affidavit that you are legally free to marry
- Power of Attorney
- Notary and Other Services Frequently Asked Questions
Malaysian law may require foreigners who marry in Malaysia to first prepare a sworn Affidavit of Marriage. The affidavit must be notarized by their own country’s embassy, affirming that they are legally free to marry. You can find out more about requirements for getting married in Malaysia.
Click HERE (PDF 114KB) to download our Marriage Affidavit form.
Fee: $50 for each affidavit.
For other specific types of affidavits that we typically provide, please visit the Notaries Public information page.