How do I get married in Chile?
RequirementsOriginal marriage certificate issued by the authorities of the place of celebration of the marriage.Identity card or valid passport of the Chilean spouse.Identification document of the foreign spouse.Death certificate of the Chilean spouse (if applicable).
What are weddings like in Chile?
Many people in Chile wear their wedding rings on their ring fingers on the right hand. That evening, an enormous dinner is held at the home of the groom where close family members, relatives and friends attend. The couple receives gifts. Later, the parents call members of the immediate families to a brief occasion.
What age should you get engaged?
One analysis of data provided by the National Survey of Family Growth suggests that getting married between the ages of 28 and 32 (and hypothetically, getting engaged about a year beforehand) offers the lowest risk of divorce.
How do I get Chilean citizenship through marriage?
Citizenship (Ciudadanía) If you are the spouse of a Chilean national with a marriage registered in Chile or if you are a direct/2nd degree relative of a Chilean citizen, you can apply for citizenship after 2 years of residency for a permanent visa.
What is the family structure like in Chile?
Chilean families are some of the smallest in Latin America, with most parents having one or two children. Chilean culture tends to be very family-focused, and children are taught to have a strong respect for their parents. Chile is not the typical Latin machista society.