To get married in Singapore, you must register and solemnise your marriage at the Registry of Marriages (ROM) or Registry of Muslim Marriages (ROMM).
ROM administers civil marriages under the provisions of the Women’s Charter (Cap 353).
All civil marriages (non-Muslim) must be registered at the Registry of Marriages (ROM) and solemnised by a licensed solemniser at the ROM or at a venue approved by the ROM. The Registry is part of the Ministry’s Services Division of the Family Life Group.
ROMM administers Muslim marriages under the Administration of Muslim Law Act (Chapter 3).
All Muslim marriages must be registered at the Registry of Muslim Marriages (ROMM) and solemnised by a Kadi or Naib Kadi at ROMM or at a venue approved by ROMM. The Registry is part of the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY).