A new Office of Vital Records in Cancun’s Hotel Zone
For several years now, service providers for destination weddings in Cancun (including wedding planners, hotels, companies, caterers, etc.) mad a special request to the Town Hall of Cancun in the year 2012, so they could install an Office of Vital Records in Cancun’s hotel zone. Unfortunately, back then the response was negative but today things are different! The Ministry of Tourism of Cancun, decided to open the 9th Office of Vital Records in the hotel zone of Cancun, on KM 13.
We must consider that over 3 thousand tourists choose Cancun to wed in, which is an on-growing number! Destination weddings in Cancun is a particular market niche that has gained great popularity during the past few years, reason why the establishment of this new Office of Vital Records will certainly benefit the area and consumers too! Income generated from destination weddings rise above 450 million pesos yearly, in the state of Quintana Roo.
It usually takes at least five days to legally gather the paperwork and comply with the processes needed to get married in Cancun legally, reason why visitors opt for only carrying out a religious or traditional ceremony in the destination that has no legal validation. This will no longer be a problem!
This new Office of Vital Records in Cancun’s hotel zone will easy out the entire process and prevent the above from happening! Moreover, it’s an official house that will also take care of other legal procedures and issue other documents like birth or death certificates. Overall, the purpose is to increase the number of destination weddings in Cancun carried out yearly.
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