Yes.And of wife doesn't change last name , then ?
.and why they need that certificate ? It's just plain old stupid. We can be with whoever want. Not that rest of the country is all.angels
The hotel manager guy was a big fan of 'Maulana' Khadim Rizvi! Upon knowing that, I didn't talk much about his views on serious matters; such conversations best be avoided with certain people. He did ask me on my last day there if my wife had converted to Islam. I said, no, she remains a Christian and that no one can force others to change their religion. To that he agreed: No forced conversions is allowed in Islam.
I think I had said above that, despite the initial acrimony, the ISB hotel staff was very friendly and respectful. Any wish we had were honored with smiles. They showed old fashioned Pakistani warm hospitality--something I found in a bit of short supply during our stay in Karachi's Beach Luxury and Hotel Mehran Hotels. I guess big chain hotels are like that regardless of their locations.
In all, we stayed in 5 hotels in three different cities. Traveled in rickshaws, Ubers, airplane, train, bus, and of course in my family's cars... So much was crammed in, in so few days--barely 14 days!