1. Both bride and groom need to obtain these legal documents and provide them to the wedding planners. We will submit them to the local registrar.
a. Identification document – passport;
b. Birth certificate (needs to be reissued no earlier than 90 days prior to wedding date);
c. Certificate of single status or no impediment certificate (needs to be issued no earlier than 90 days prior to wedding date);
d. Based on the country of your residence you might be required to submit additional documents – but no worries,we are here to help
2. Based on your residence the documents might need additional verification (proof of authenticity) – Apostille* stamp
3. Check with us are all documents correct, valid and accurate
4. Send the documents to us. We will translate and submit them to registrar’s office 30 days prior to your weddingand make arrangements for your interview and wedding date.
5. Attend a formal interview at the registrar’s office few days prior to wedding date in order to go trough details of the ceremony.
6. Get married 🙂
7. Receive your marriage certificate validated and posted by us
8. Go to your local registrar’s office and submit your papers.
*An Apostille is a certification provided under the Hague Convention of 1961 for authenticating documents for use in foreign countries. The sole function is to certify the authenticity of the signature of the document. Put simply, an Apostille is a certificate that is attached to another document so that it will be accepted when used overseas. Usually issued at certified notary offices, county courts or foreign ministry affairs – but basically depends from country to country.