We have our marriage licence and we were going to get married on April 6 in tagaytay, but due to the lockdown we couldn't. Since the government has stopped events and mass gatherings, what does that mean for our marriage licence which expires in July? Will they add an extension to the licences so they remain valid for 2 months longer? Or will we have to go through the trouble of getting all the requirements again? Because it wasn't our fault, so an extension surely makes sense? I tried googling this but nothing came up, and I don't know any number we could contact to be sure. Does anybody have any ideas? Because the longer I stay, the more it cuts into the money we need for the spouse visa to show. Bonus question.. What are the chances of getting money back from the venue legally speaking? It's £2,000. My fiancée seems to think we can but I'm not convinced. All resorts we had booked gave back even if it was non refundable.