10 year Passport valid for at least 6 months from your departure date.
Statutory Declarations or Affidavits. This is a signed certificate from a solicitor in your country confirming you are UK Citizens and that you are free to marry. The document must be valid for 6 months, including your wedding date and must bear the solicitors official stamp. (One each for the Bride and Groom)
Decree Absolute if divorced. This must have the court stamp on it
Death Certificate, if either party has been widowed
If either of the party is under 18 years of age, parental or guardian written consent is required, stamped and signed by a solicitor.
Adoption certificates where appropriate
Legal Proof/Deed Poll if either or both parties have changed their name
For Irish Citizens: a ‘Freedom to Marry Certificate’ from the Irish Embassy in the UK or the Department of Foreign Affairs in Ireland.
The two witnesses should produce their passports.
We will be happy to provide witnesses if necessary.
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If you have any further questions about Cyprus Wedding Documents please contact us.
Everything from Civil Ceremony Requirements,
A letter of introduction from your own minister at home
For Anglican Ceremonies – at least one Baptism Certificate.
For Catholic Ceremonies – both Bride and Groom need Baptism Certificates