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    Some of the Pakistanis who live abroad but are Pakistani nationals take divorce from abroad for all those Pakistanis who file and take divorce from the court of other countries have to get Nadra divorce certificate from Pakistan also. All the Pakistanis abroad whether they marry or get divorce for other countries have to get the Nadra divorce certificate from Pakistan also. Nadra keeps the record of all the Pakistani citizen. These records contains the record of marriage, birth, death and divorce records of Pakistani also so it is the duty of all the Pakistani citizen whether living in Pakistan or abroad that they have to get themselves registered as divorcee in the Nadra system. Only those Pakistani citizens who have registered themselves as divorcee in Nadra will be considered as divorcee in Pakistan. Those who are not Pakistani citizens but have married with a Pakistani national also have to register themselves as divorcee in the Nadra system if their marriage was registered in Pakistan. In case if a person have got a valid divorce from abroad in this case he might be considered as divorcee in that country but will not be legally recognized as divorcee in Pakistan. In Pakistan a person will be legally considered as divorcee only when he will be issued a valid Nadra divorce certificate.

    Now the question here arise that how to get a Nadra divorce certificate in Pakistan? In order to get a valid Pakistani divorce certificate you have to get an attested copy of the court decree for divorce. This divorce orders or decree have to be attested from the ministry of foreign affairs or in some cases should be notarized. Then this court orders should be attested from the Pakistani embassy and submitted in the arbitration council where the proceedings of divorce certificate will be initiated. The person who initiates the proceedings will have to appear in person or through his lawyer. If a person is not in Pakistan or for some reasons cannot come to Pakistan then in such case he can also appoint a special power of attorney through embassy. For appointing a special power of attorney you must ask your solicitor or a lawyer in Pakistan to prepare a draft of special power of attorney for you. Once the draft is ready take it to the embassy and get it attested and then post your special attorney. Either the party him or herself or the special attorney appointed through the embassy will conduct the proceedings of arbitration council in Pakistan. The arbitration council takes about three months to finalize the proceedings and after the finalizing of proceedings the Nadra divorce certificate in Pakistan is issued which can be collected by the party himself or his special power of attorney will collect the Nadra divorce certificate on the behalf of the party concerned. To expedite the procedure of Pakistani divorce certificate better to contact a lawyer in Pakistan who will guide you step by step and a specialist family lawyer in Pakistan can also get you the Nadra divorce certificate in few days.

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