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Things to Know

A few things to prepare before you get married

Legalities
A marriage licence is necessary before any wedding can take place in Cyprus, whether a church or a civil ceremony. All wedding organisers/planners and municipal marriage officers will be pleased to help you obtain this document.
The aim of all involved parties is to give you peace of mind so it is recommended to arrange all required documents, detailed below, at least 6 weeks prior to your arrival in Cyprus.
When you arrive in Cyprus, further arrangements to complete this process will be undertaken.

Legalities and documents required

• Passports
• Birth Certificates
• Declarations from a solicitor stating that you are “free to marry”
• If applicable:
Original Divorce Certificates,
Original Adoption Certificate,
Original Widow/Widower Certificates.

If you have had a change of name then a change of name deed is also required.
Scottish nationals should obtain a Certificate of No Impediment from their local registry office.

For Catholic Church Weddings

• Birth Certificates
• Declarations from solicitor stating you are “free to marry”
• If a previous marriage has been dissolved, an annulment from your parish is required.

All other requirements as mentioned above.
Please note that non-British passport holders must contact their relevant embassy/consulate or any municipal marriage office in Pafos region for further details on marriage legalities in Cyprus.

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