You may opt to be married in a religious ceremony as well, but all couples must have a separate civil ceremony to legalize their union.[Update: As of May 2012, foreign tourists are allowed to marry in the City of Buenos Aires and the provinces of Santa Fe, Tierra del Fuego and Buenos Aires.
If both you and your fiancé(e) are tourists, please see my post "Foreign Tourists Permitted to Marry in Buenos Aires" for more information and requirements.] Marriage in Argentina Between a Foreigner and an Argentine Citizen To begin the process, you and your fiancé(e) should head to the (Civil Registry) closest to your legal place of residence, as recorded in your fiancé(e)'s DNI.
You may select a date for your civil ceremony no more than 30 to 45 days out from the date you plan to get married.
Common interest helps the date to work out." In Brazil, a man asks a woman out and is expected to pay for the date.
If a woman is interested in a guy, she'll send a middleman out to set up a date and convey her feelings rather than show direct interest.
If you're planning on getting married in Argentina, read on for information and resources regarding the necessary steps to arrange a civil ceremony.
The Argentine government recognizes the civil wedding as the only legally binding marriage ceremony performed in Argentina.
Girls, perhaps as a shield against the chamuyo fired from all directions, are conditioned to almost invariably turn down guys at first and second, and maybe third approach.
And for the other half of this symbiotic relationship, guys are conditioned to pursue with total abandon, which on (unacceptable) occasion turns into grabbing a stranger’s face in a club and trying to plant one on them, totally uninvited.
The groomsmen have to either serenade or bribe their way into the house so that the groom can take the bride with him.