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O.P..... you could also email the British Embassy in Manila for advice.

They're probably pretty quiet at the moment. :unsure:

Their website is certainly the one you need to be consulting.

It also has the form (s) you need to download.

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The Certificate of No Impediment has been replaced by the Affidavit of Marital Status.   For the OP I am attaching a checklist issued by the British Embassy for UK Citizens wishing to marry

Luckily you have a few months to do some homework before arriving here.  Almost all of the information required can be found on the relevent Embassy websites.  A word of advice about the British Embas

OK, thanks. Not sure if that's just a British thing, but Australian embassy still says Certificate of No Impediment. https://philippines.embassy.gov.au/mnla/marriage.html

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