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Old Oct 20th 2017, 8:21 pm   #1
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Default Getting married in Italy

I'm finally taking the plunge and am looking for some advice for getting married in Italy. I'm a UK resident and my fiancee is Italian and an Italian resident. I contacted the British Embassy in Rome and they sent me a list of links that made everything even more complex
Have any non residents here married Italian residents? Could you guide me on the right path?
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Old Oct 20th 2017, 8:36 pm   #2
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Yeah - don't do it! Seriously, Congratulations. I would guess it will be easier than our daughters marriage here whereby both were from the UK. However a lot will likely be similar and no doubt involve a great deal of paper work. Get you full birth certificate now....
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Old Oct 21st 2017, 6:55 am   #3
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You will need a nulla osta from your registry office which must be legalised at Milton Keynes along with a legalised copy of your birth cerificate. They can be translated and sworn at your local tribunal in Italy. Its easier as your wife to be is Italian.
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