1. 
What is the benefit of using "Out Field" celebrant service?
Celebrant service allows your wedding ceremony to take place anytime and anywhere.

 2. 
What is the difference between "Out Field" celebrant service and Marriage Registries (in public or private sectors)?
Your wedding ceremony may take place at your preferred venue (except Marriage Registry and licensed place of worship) for as long as you like.

 3. 
What will happen for late arrival at the Marriage Registry on wedding day?
If the Marriage Registry is not fully booked on the wedding day, your registration ceremony can be postponed to the earliest available time slot on the same day. However, if the Marriage Registry is already fully booked, you have to reschedule the registration ceremony on another day.

 4. 
What is An Oath Celebrant Service?
An Oath Celebrant Service, an advanced celebrant platform in Hong Kong, provides
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An innovative wedding style "Celebrant + MC" where the celebrant plays the role of a master of ceremonies

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A wide choice of wedding styles

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A panel of celebrants for your favorite selection


 5. 
What is the difference between An Oath and Ordinary Celebrants?
Our celebrant service is more comprehensive than ordinary celebrants. In addition to a wide choice of wedding styles, our company is managed our in-house celebrant. To ensure quality customer service for our bridal customers, we have set up a customer service center and deployed advanced information technology.

 6. 
Why An Oath?
 •  An Oath is the celebrant service provider most referred by hotels and restaurants.
 •  95% of our customers recommends An Oath Celebrant Service

 7. 
How long is the service time of An Oath celebrants?

For "Celebrant + MC" service plan, our celebrants will stay at your venue for as long as 1 hour.

For "Classic Registration" service plan, our celebrants will stay at your venue for as long as 45 minutes.


 8. 
Will An Oath celebrant levy surcharge for overtime service?
Celebrant may at his discretion demand surcharge for overtime service. You are advised to check it out with the celebrant when the program is likely to overrun.

 9. 
Can the date and time of wedding be changed after booking for celebrant service is made?
It depends on the diary of the appointed celebrant. If his/her diary permits, the celebrant service can be rescheduled to your new wedding date and time. Otherwise, you have to make a new booking of celebrant service and pay accordingly.

 10. 
If typhoon signal no.8 or above or black rainstorm status is still in force within 3 hours before the ceremony time, will celebrant service be provided despite bad weather condition?
For "safety" reasons, we are in no position to compel our celebrants to perform celebrant service when typhoon signal no.8 or above or black rainstorm status is in force within 3 hours before the ceremony time.
When such situatioin arises, you may call your celebrant to offer transportation arrangement and/or special allowance in compensation for his/her provision of celebrant service despite bad weather condition. Nevertheless, your celebrant may in his/her absolute discretion accept or reject your request.

 11. 
If wedding ceremony is postponed by reason of typhoon signal no.8 or above or black rainstorm status, can the celebrant service be rescheduled?
It depends on the diary of the appointed celebrant. If his/her diary permits, the celebrant service can be rescheduled to your new wedding date. Otherwise, you have to make a new booking of celebrant service and pay accordingly.

 12. 
Is the service fee redundable on cancellation of the wedding ceremony?
If we receive your notification of cancellation before our confirmation letter is emailed to you, the deposit (being 50% of the service fee) is not payable.
If we receive your notification of cancellation before your signing of the Notice of Intended Marriage, the remaining balance (being 50% of the service fee) is not payable.
However, all service fees already paid before we are notified of such cancellation are not refundable.

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13. Is the option of engaging celebrant still available after applying in person to the Marriage Registry for marriage registration?
You may switch to appoint a celebrant for your wedding ceremony even though your original plan was to get married at the Marriage Registry and application for registration had already been made to the Marriage Registry accordingly.
There is no need to make a new application. All you have to do is to produce the Certificate of Registrar of Marriages to your celebrant.

 14. 
Is a foreigner eligible to get married in Hong Kong?
Any person, regardless of his nationality or citizenship, can get married in Hong Kong

 15. 
Is there any age requirement for getting married in Hong Kong?
Any person aged above 16 years old may get married in Hong Kong.
However, if you are aged below 21 years old, parental consent is required.

 16. 
Can person residing outside Hong Kong sign and submit the Notice of Intended Marriage overseas?
Yes, you can. But, before the wedding day, you must attend the Marriage Registry in person to complete the application process.