Bewigged trumpeters dressed in vibrantly colored gold-embossed gowns leading the banner ceremony during the Trashi Chhoe Dzong in Thimphu, capital city of Bhutan. Picture by Malcolm McLeod.
The Supreme Court Chief Justice Tshering Wangchuk directed the tall Court to begin processing Marriage Certificates (MC) for Bhutanese hitched to foreigners beginning November 4 in 2010.
The tall Court is directed to completely scrutinise all documents and appropriate rules before processing the applications also to provide choice to those partners with kids.
Your choice happens 5 years after having a moratorium in the issuance of MCs had been set up for wish of appropriate tips. Ever since then, a lot more than 600 applications for MCs have remained pending in the tall Court.
When it comes to nationality, the number that is highest of applications at 397 is from those married to Indians accompanied by 43 who're hitched to Tibetans and 25 with People in america.