MARRIAGE REQUIREMENTS FOR BRITISH NATIONALS TO MARRY IN ITALY
Before the marriage of a British National may be celebrated in Italy, the authorities normally require a Consular Certificate of No Impediment (called Nulla Osta) to be produced. This certificate may be obtained in the following way:
Where both party are British National residing in UK they must give notice of Marriage to a UK Superintending Registrar. After 23 days of the publications of banns the registry office releases a document (UK Certificate of No Impediment) that has to be presented to the Consular office in whose district the marriage will take place united with the following documents:
Long Form of Birth certificates (showing name of parents). Original document
Passport; first 5 pages of old format passport or last page of new European format
Consent of parent or guardian when under the age of 18
Evidence of termination of any previous marriage if applicable (i.e. death certificate or divorce decree absolute
UK Certificate of No Impediment (when notice of marriage given in UK)
After a couple of days the Consulate will release a Nulla Osta that has to be presented to the Registry office where the Marriage will take place.
These procedure can be easily done via correspondence and our office can assist you step by step supervising that all your documents are properly completed.
Fees for issuing a Consular Certificate of No Impediment:
Around € 58 euro + € 5.00 if cheque via correspondence from UK (Cost may vary from Consular Offices.
PAPERWORK PROCUDERES CAN BE SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT IF:
Both are British Citizens nor resident in UK
British National is marrying a non-British National, and resides in Italy
British National Is marrying a non - British National and resides in UK (except Scotland)
British National is marrying an Irish citizen and resides in UK
British National is residing in Scotland
*If this is your case please contact us for further explanation