js201104 Thanks a lot. I appreciate your help.
Before starting this thread, I had discussed a lot about this with several chinese people and found they all were a little confused about rules related to foreigners. They said they know things very well about how it works for Chinese nationals but will have to figure out about foreigners. In fact some of them came up with contradictory replies. So I thought it could be a good idea to ask people here, apart from finding out from other sources.
Regarding my country's rules, I am not sure why I am being asked to visit my country's website / embassy. As far as I know, in my country, all the rules are applicable AFTER the marriage when I would like to get the marriage re-registered in my country and that is not a big issue.
In fact another guy from my country recently got married here and he rarely had any problem with the documents. But his case and mine is different as he was single and I am a divorcee and he got married in a different province in China and I am not sure if the rules are the same across different provinces.
Apart from the Affidavit and my Passport, what other document might be needed for the marriage ?
How will the Affidavit be for a divorcee ?
Do we need to get the documents translated in Chinese ?
Regarding prenuptial agreement, in most countries it is usually about distribution of property in case of death of one of the partners or allimony in case of divorce. Do we have any provision for that here ? If so at what stage (before or at the time of marriage) ?
Where is the marriage registeration office in Hangzhou ?