Passport or National ID – or military ID and leave form (and Schengen Visa if applicable).
– also called letter of non-impediment, confirming your marital status as single, divorced or widowed. Also let us advise you on the use of Permission for Marriage and Affidavits. This document should not to be older than 4 months on the day of the wedding.
– if either of you are divorced or widowed we need the original death certificate or original finalized divorce certificate – and legalised if applicable.
If the documents are not already in English, German or Danish, then translated into one of these.
– If unable to obtain one, proof of a valid travel document stating place of birth will be sufficient.
– No-one who is illegally staying in the European Union can get married, since the Danish authorities will ask to see a residence permit or VISA. No marriage is possible for a foreigner who is seeking asylum or who is staying in the EU Schengen on the basis of toleration.
The scanned documents must be sent to us by e-mail.
The documents must be a proper, direct colour copy of the original papers.
Once we have received your documents, we will check them thoroughly and then have them approved by the local authorities so you can be certain everything is in order. When the authorities have approved your papers we will confirm your preferred wedding date in writing, and help you finalize your accommodation and travel plans.
In person, you must present the original documents one day prior to your wedding (a week day – before noon), for a legal check at the registry office.