If both American and filipino are not resident of Germany they want to get marry only in Germany what is the requirements and is there a possible to stay also Germany of both parties?

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Getting married in Germany is possible for two people who are not residents or citizens. Contact a German embassy or consulate for the procedure. You should also each contact a marriage lawyer in the United States and in the Philippines to make sure all your bases are covered for legality there (if you care about that).

It is unlikely that Germany would grant you residency after marrying there, unless either of you had other reasons for seeking residency (employment, asylum, etc.)!
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