Good morning, the following requirements to marry in Morocco are
To enable you to marry in Morocco, the British Embassy will provide you with 2 documents:
the affirmation or affidavit which replaces the capacity to marry
a certified copy of your British passport which replaces the certificate of nationality
if both parties are British Nationals then each must swear an affirmation or affidavit.
same sex marriages/civil partnerships are not recognised in Morocco. Therefore we cannot process documentation for a same sex marriage, even if the marriage is proposed to take place in a third country.
the Moroccan authorities will require you to provide more documents. You should check with them for a full list.
What you will need to bring with you for a marriage affirmation or affidavit:
passports for both the bride and groom (or a Moroccan ID card if your partner is Moroccan)
original divorce paper/death certificate (if previously married)
original deed poll (if name has been changed before)