There is an important question for many couples who decided to get married in Prague:
Is the paperwork for a civil wedding ceremony in Prague difficult?
Compared to other countries, getting ready legal documents for a wedding in Prague is not difficult.
What are the main documents required by the registry offices for a civil wedding ceremony in the Czech Republic?
There are two main documents that are required by all registries across Czech Republic:
If one of you is divorced or had your last name changed, in addition to your birth certificate and certificate of No Impediment to Marry you will need to prepare:
A birth certificate is a very simple document to prepare.
How about a Certificate of No Impediment to Marry?
We are often asked the question: “Can I get married without a Certificate of No Impediment to Marry?”
The general answer is No. The Certificate of No Impediment to Marry will be always required for a civil wedding ceremony in Czech Republic. But, the ways how you can obtain it will depend on two main conditions: your citizenship and the country where you permanently/long term reside.
How difficult is it to obtain the Certificate of No Impediment? It will greatly depend on your citizenship and country of your residence. There are usually a few scenarios:
Here’s a brief overview of how a Certificate of No Impediment to Marry can be requested for a few countries:
– Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Australia, Germany, Poland, Italy, Israel, Greece, Austria, Romania, Brazil
– Russia, Belarus, Iran, Philippines, Holland, France
– Ukraine, USA, Canada