Since its inception in October 2022, the ADJD has processed around 7,000 digital marriage contracts, streamlining the entire procedure electronically, including virtual marriage sessions through video conferencing. The finalized contract can be shared through official channels using a digital signature.
Counselor Yousef Saeed Al Abri, Undersecretary of ADJD, highlighted this service as a testament to the department’s commitment to excellence in Abu Dhabi’s judicial and notarial sectors, aligning with the vision of Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President, Deputy Prime Minister, President of the Presidential Court and President of ADJD, with the aim of elevating Abu Dhabi’s judicial framework to the global level.
The digital marriage contract service streamlines the application process through the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department website, using UAE Pass for submissions. Once approved, applicants can complete the procedures electronically and opt for an in-person or video call marriage session through the appointment booking system. Once formalized, the digital contract is delivered promptly.
The platform offers users scheduling flexibility, access to officiant availability, automated medical exam results, and ensures authenticity with a digitally authenticated electronic contract number, eliminating traditional paper documentation.