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Documents required for two British nationals getting married in Czech Republic

Single Full Birth Certificate + Certificate of No Impediment
Divorced Full Birth Certificate + Certificate of No Impediment + Decree Absolute
Widow/er Full Birth Certificate + Certificate of No Impediment + Death Certificate
Adopted Full Birth Certificate + Certificate of No Impediment + Adoption Certificate
Changed name by Deed Poll N/A

Special requirements of note:

Czech law requires an officially authorized court interpreter to attend the ceremony if either the bride or groom does not speak Czech.

Deed poll is not considered as a valid document for Czech authorities, only the birth certificate is acceptable, name change has to be noted down in it.

Validity of Certificates of No Impediment: 6 months

For further information or a free no obligation quote, please contact TLC UK.

Price illustration:

Based on two UK nationals marrying in Czech Republic who have not been married before, neither of which have changed their names or been adopted and would need their legal documents both translated and legalised (full service) the price is £620 + VAT.

Please note that the above are national guidelines as issued by the Czech Republic Consulate. Sometimes, requirements for particular hotels/regions can differ or change from the national guidelines. We strongly recommend that you check with your travel agent or registry office to get final confirmation on the combination of legal documents you require for your ceremony.