The pre-marital medical test is a comprehensive examination that will be administered to screen for genetic blood diseases, sexually transmitted transfused diseases, This is done after an analysis of a blood sample that will be taken from the individual.
You can conduct the medical test in an accredited center in your emirate and bring the original or a certified copy of the results of the medical test to other accredited centers in the other emirate to complete the procedures.
It is still necessary to undergo a premarital medical test, after which the result will be submitted to the pastor or priest so the procedure can be completed.
You can get a medical report for one person through the official pre-marital clinics within the UAE.
The form for the pre-marital medical test report will be submitted to the Court and then to the consulate or embassy.
Yes in case the marriage will be inside UAE
No, you can only go centers approved by the Ministry of Health or accredited centers under the Dubai Health Authority and the Abu Dhabi Health Authority.
There is no need for a health card.
The medical report of the premarital test is often issued within three working days, there is no urgent option to request for the examinations. Therefore, to be on the safe side, we recommend that you set aside a sufficient amount of time for undergoing the medical test.
It is best if the individual would be there personally during the counseling session, but you can delegate someone to obtain the report if the results were good.
Yes, as long the individual intends to get married within the UAE. With regards to legal and legislative matters, we advise you to visit the Court of Cassation Judgements in your respective emirates for more details.
Initially, advice will be administered to the patient in question along with the necessary preventive measures and vaccinations. If both parties wish to continue with their matrimonial plans despite knowing how dangerous it can be, a report can be issued after the completion of the necessary medical consultation and upon obtaining signatures to ensure that all parties are aware of the patient’s condition.
Examinations from outside the UAE are not accepted. We strongly advise you to make the necessary arrangements with your fiancée with regards to their entry into the country to ensure they have sufficient time to undergo the tests, obtain the necessary medical examination report and undergo pre-marriage counseling so the marital ceremony can proceed within the UAE.
A number of official documents are required before the examination. The individual must first present three recent photographs, a valid passport, and a UAE ID for both citizens and residents from the GCC. There is a corresponding fee as well: AED 100 for individual citizens of the GCC region and AED 250 for expats.
You can conduct the medical test in Abu Dhabi’s accredited centers and bring the original or a certified copy of the medical test results to accredited centers in Dubai to complete the necessary procedure.