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Documents

 

  1. For citizens of Russia
  2. For citizens of Ukraine
  3. For citizens of Russia, permanently residing abroad and registered in the Consulate Register at a Consulate of the Russian Federation
  4. For citizens of Germany
  5. For citizens of: Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Poland, France, Croatia, Cyprus, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Slovenia, Slovakia, Serbia and Montenegro
  6. For citizens of Spain
  7. For citizens of Israel
  8. For citizens of Italy
  9. For citizens of USA
  10. For citizens of the United Kingdom
  11. For citizens of Canada
  12. For citizens of Australia
  13. For citizens of Taiwan
  14. For citizens of Holland

 

For citizens of Russia

  1. Travel Passport.
  2. 
Certificate of Birth. 

  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce).
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow).
  5. Russian National Passport.
  6. 
Confirmation certifying the citizenship and ability to enter a marriage issued by the Consulate of the Russian Federation in Prague.
  7. Application form for the Registry Office.
  8. 
Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

 

For citizens of Ukraine

  1. 
Travel Passport.
  2. 
Certificate of Birth.
  3. 
Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce).
  4. 

Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow).
  5. 

Certificate of Family Status issued by the Registry Office in the area of residence.
  6. 

Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. 
Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

 

For citizens of Russia, permanently residing abroad and registered in the Consulate Register at a Consulate of the Russian Federation

  1. Travel Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce).
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow)
  5. Certificate of Family Status issued by the Consulate of the Russian Federation in which one of the parties entering marriage is in the permanent consulate register. The confirmation is issued in the country of permanent residence. There is a possibility of obtaining a certificate confirming that according to the legislation of Russia there are no impediments to marriage at the Consulate of Russia in Prague.
  6. Application form for the Registry Office.

 

For citizens of Germany

  1. Travel Passport.
  2. 
Certificate of Birth, legalization in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Apostille seal.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce) Apostille seal.
  4. 
Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow).
  5. Certificate of Family Status issued by the Registry Office in the area of residence, Apostille seal.
  6. Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.
  8. Apostille is not needed if the documents have been issued in the countries of the former USSR: RSFSR, Byelorussian SSR, Ukrainian SSR, Georgian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR. Documents issued in other former soviet republics are subject to apostilization.

 

For citizens of:
Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Poland, France, Croatia, Cyprus, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Greece, Slovenia, Slovakia, Serbia and Montenegro:

  1. Travel Passport.
  2. 
Certificate of Birth.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce).
  4. 
Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow). 

  5. Certificate of Family Status issued by the Registry Office in the area of residence. There is a possibility of obtaining a confirmation at the Consulate in Prague.
  6. Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. 
Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

 

For citizens of Spain

  1. Travel Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce).
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow).
  5. Certificate of Family Status issued by the Registry Office in the area of residence. Certificate of Family Status must include: name and surname, date and place of birth, family status, the following options shown: “never has been married,” “divorced,” “widow,” citizenship, address of permanent residence. The confirmation must include the data about the future spouse, about the person with whom the marriage is being solemnized, as well as the phrase - “No impediments to solemnization of marriage with “name and surname” of bride/groom exist.”
  6. 
Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. 
Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

 

For citizens of Israel:

  1. Travel Passport and copy of page of the travel passport (Darkon) with the photo.
  2. Certificate of Birth, Apostille seal.
  3. 
Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce), Apostille seal.
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow), Apostille seal.
  5. Certificate of Family Status issued by a branch of Ministry of Interior of Israel in the area of residence (tam'sit rishum), Apostille seal.
  6. Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

    Apostille is not needed if the documents have been issued in the countries of the former USSR: RSFSR, Byelorussian SSR, Ukrainian SSR, Georgian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR. Documents issued in other former soviet republics are subject to apostilization.

 

For citizens of Italy:

  1. Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth, legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Apostille seal.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce), Apostille seal.
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow), Apostille seal.
  5. Statement of declaration of marriage issued in the area of residence. It is necessary to submit an application in the municipality beforehand, at least 20 days before the registration of marriage, Apostille seal.
  6. Marriage License issued by the Embassy of Italy in Prague, Apostille seal.
  7. Application form for the Registry Office.

    Apostille is not needed if the documents have been issued in the countries of the former USSR: RSFSR, Byelorussian SSR, Ukrainian SSR, Georgian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR. Documents issued in other former soviet republics are subject to apostilization.

 

For citizens of USA:

  1. Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth, legalized by the Department of State, Apostille seal.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce). Requirements for a certificate of divorce issued in the USA: the first and last pages must contain the name and seal of the judge. Apostille seal attached by the United States Department of Justice, if the marriage has been terminated in the USA.
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow), Apostille seal attached by the United States Department of Justice, if the document has been issued in the USA.
  5. Certificate of Family Status, Apostille seal. The Certificate is applied for and obtained in the area of permanent residence, however there is a possibility of obtaining the certificate directly at your consulate in Prague. It is then legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. Our company will ensure the legalization and translation to the Czech language.
  6. Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. 
Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

    
Apostille is not needed if the documents have been issued in the countries of the former USSR: RSFSR, Byelorussian SSR, Ukrainian SSR, Georgian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR. Documents issued in other former soviet republics are subject to apostilization.

    Information about the Embassy of USA in the Czech Republic:
    http://www.usembassy.cz/consular/marr.htm - An American may come to the Embassy to execute this document and have it notarized by a U.S. consular officer any time during regular public hours (9-12 Monday through Friday, holidays excepted). The fee for the service is (also payable in Czech crowns but not by credit card). No appointment is necessary. The time required is normally one hour. The document must then be 'legalized' by the Czech Foreign Ministry, and translated, like all other English-language documents.

 

For citizens of the United Kingdom:

    When registering a marriage in the Czech Republic, a citizen of the United Kingdom must inform the local Registry Office to obtain a document confirming no impediments to marriage. The intent of marriage must be declared not later than three weeks prior to receiving this document, which ensures its legitimacy during the year.

  1. Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce).
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow).
  5. Application form for the Registry Office.
  6. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.
  7. Certificate of no impediments to marriage.

    All documents must be translated to Czech and legalized by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom at the following address:
    The Old Admiralty Building,
Whitehall,
London.
SW1A 2LG
 Tel 0044 207 008 1111; 
Fax 0044 207 008 1010
    
There is the possibility of obtaining for a certificate of no impediment to registration of marriage at the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Prague. To obtain a certificate of no impediment to registration of marriage, you must apply at the Embassy with your passport, certificate of birth and documentary evidence of divorce (in case of previous divorce) where you will be required to sign a sworn statement that no impediments to marriage exist. In this case this certificate will be issued in Czech and English languages.

    The following authority of the UK will provide assistance with solemnization of marriage in the Czech Republic:
    Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The Old Admiralty Building
Whitehall, London.
SW1A 2LG
 Tel (+44) 207 008 1111 
Fax (+44) 207 008 1010
The Embassy of the Czech Republic
26 Kensington Palace Gardens
London, W8 4QY
 Tel: (+44) 207 243 1115


  8. Application form for the Registry Office
  9. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

 

For citizens of Canada:

  1. Travel Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth, legalized by the Embassy of Canada in the Czech Republic and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic (it is possible to file it without the presence of the party entering marriage).
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce), authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, then authenticated by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Canada. In case that the certificate of divorce has not been filed according to the international requirements on the territory of Canada, legalization in Prague by the Embassy of Canada and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic is required.
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow), authenticated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.
  5. Certificate of Family Status, applied for and obtained in the Registry Office of area of residence, authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, then authenticated by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Canada. It is possible to replace the certificate by a notarized statement which is then authenticated by the Embassy of Canada in the Czech Republic and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic (it is possible to file it without the presence of the party entering marriage).
  6. The Certificate of Family Status must include: name and surname, date and place of birth, family status, the following options shown: “never has been married,” “divorced,” “widow,” citizenship, address of permanent residence. The confirmation must include the data about the future spouse, about the person with whom the new marriage is being solemnized, as well as the phrase - “No impediments to solemnization of marriage with “name and surname” of bride/groom exist”
  7. Application form for the Registry Office.
  8. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

    Apostille is not needed if the documents have been issued in the countries of the former USSR: RSFSR, Byelorussian SSR, Ukrainian SSR, Georgian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR. Documents issued in other former soviet republics are subject to apostilization.

    In case that the documents for the registration of marriage on the territory of the Czech republic have been filed outside of Canada, then it is necessary to check their requirements before preparing for marriage.

 

For citizens of Australia:

  1. 
Passport. 

  2. Certificate of Birth, authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Apostille seal.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce), Apostille seal
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow), Apostille seal
  5. Certificate of Family Status is issued by the Registry Office in the area of residence. The Certificate of Family Status must include: name and surname, date and place of birth, family status, the following options shown: “never has been married,” “divorced,” “widow,” citizenship, address of permanent residence. The confirmation must include the data about the future spouse, about the person with whom the new marriage is being solemnized, as well as the phrase - “No impediments to solemnization of marriage with “name and surname” of bride/groom exist.” Apostille seal (in case that there is no possibility to obtain such a certificate in the area of residence, there is a possibility of filing for a marriage license at the Australian Consulate in the Czech Republic, translating it to Czech and authenticating it by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic).
  6. Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

    Apostille is not needed if the documents have been issued in the countries of the former USSR: RSFSR, Byelorussian SSR, Ukrainian SSR, Georgian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR. Documents issued in other former soviet republics are subject to apostilization.

 

For citizens of Taiwan:

  1. Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth.
  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce).
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow).
  5. Certificate of legal capacity can be obtained at the Embassy of Czech Republic in Taiwan.
  6. 
Documents are authenticated by the Embassy of Czech Republic in Taiwan.
  7. Application form for the Registry Office.
  8. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

 

For citizens of Holland:

  1. Passport.
  2. Certificate of Birth, authenticated by the Embassy of the Netherlands in the Czech Republic and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. Apostille seal. 

  3. Certificate of Divorce (in case of previous divorce). Apostille seal.
  4. Certificate of Death of Spouse (if one of the parties entering marriage is a widower/widow). Apostille seal.
  5. 
Certificate of Family Status is issued by the Registry Office in the area of residence. Apostille seal.
  6. 
Application form for the Registry Office.
  7. Power of Attorney for Representing Interests.

    Apostille is not needed if the documents have been issued in the countries of the former USSR: RSFSR, Byelorussian SSR, Ukrainian SSR, Georgian SSR, Azerbaijan SSR. Documents issued in other former soviet republics are subject to apostilization.

    If the documents have been issued in Russia, Belorussia and Ukraine, then an Apostille is not required. Apostille is also not required for the following countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Macedonia, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Serbia, France, Croatia and Montenegro. Documents issued on the territory of other countries and republics of the former USSR must be authenticated by an Apostille. Documents issued in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Australia, Germany, Israel, Canada and USA are required to have an Apostille!

     

     

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