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Posted 2018-08-02 12:52 PM (#99986)
Subject: Marriage Documents

Hi All,

Sorry for the cliche - long time reader - first time poster

So my fiance and I are looking to get married in spb; we'd like to get married in November as it will be 5 years since we met.
But of course before we can pick a date we need to submit documents - and here's where I just need a few pointers!

I've read many of the posts as I can find on here relating to this and I've still got a few questions.

For background unfortunately I've burnt through the vast majority of my annual leave this year and only really have enough for the wedding and a short honeymoon - so my fiance would be the one going to Zags on my behalf.
I understand this can be done with a signed document from me stating my intention to marry her. (Please correct me if I'm wrong!)

My fiance's understanding is that I need to send her:
1. CNI - appostiled
2. Photocopy of passport main page - notarised + appostiled
3. Document stating my intention to marry - notarised + appostiled

Then once received they can be translated and re-notarised.

My main confusion comes with understanding which documents need to be notarised, which appostiled and if both then in which order!

Any help on this would be much appreciated as it's clear as mud!

Posted 2018-08-02 2:52 PM (#99987 - in reply to #99986)
Subject: Re: Marriage Documents

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1. Notarised then apostilled, this is the right order.

2. All of them.

3. Instead of document, stating your intention to marry I would better make power of attorney to submit, correct and receive marriage documents. More practical. Give your fiancee flexibility in arranging the whole procedure.
Posted 2018-08-03 10:26 AM (#99988 - in reply to #99986)
Subject: Re: Marriage Documents

Thank you for the fast reply and the clarification - much appreciated!
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