hello, i am a uk citizen and lived in spain for 11 years i wish to marry my partner of 3 years but he is from gambia, could you plese tell me what documents we both need, both have never married befor we are in our late 40. thank you
State/Country relating to question: Spain
Dear customer,Thank you very much for your inquire.If you want to get married in Spain with a Civil marriage you will first need to make an application to the Civil Registry, District Court or Town Hall where the marriage is to be held. I strongly recommend you to do this as soon as possible as the paperwork can take time.At the moment of the application you will need to lodge the following documents:Certificate of no ImpedimentBirth CertificateElectoral Roll CertificateI hope this answers your question. If it does, please do not hesitate to RATE and ACCEPT my answer so that I can get compensated from the website with the amount you have already deposited.I remain at your complete disposal should you need any further information.Best,Tiziana
Hi Sir, I am an spanish attorney
These are the documents required to get married in Spain
Applications and/or Documents Required: Bring along original copies of the following (and be sure pack these in your hand luggage, never in your checked bags):
After you have assembled these documents and the ceremony is performed, the marriage is then recorded in the Civil Registry and a Spanish marriage certificate is issued.
Couples will need to first obtain authorization from the Civil Authorities by presenting the documents listed under "Civil Marriages".
Spanish law recognizes Catholic, Protestant, Islamic and Jewish marriages as valid in Spain without the need of a second civil marriage. Regulations may vary depending on the religious denomination. For Catholic marriages, the arrangements generally take from one to three weeks. The following documents must be presented to the priest performing the ceremony:
thank you for your answers my partner is of gambian nationality does he need the same documents as my self
thank you for your answer, but my partner is gambian nationality living in spain with no visa does he still need the same paperwork as myself im uk
Yes, there are no differents, all of the documents has to be translated into spanish and are the same for both of you41070.4205767708
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