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* All local taxes & surcharges*
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RZ1 form (per couple) & RZ2 form (per person) (needs to be signed and stamped by a solicitor)
Original Full Version Birth Certificate, (must show both parents’ names) You must obtian an Apostille Stamp. on this document. Original certificates will be retained in Malta.
If you need to obtain a copy, these can be obtained from your local registrar for a fee, remember to ask for the full version.
A photocopy of your passport (photo and personal details pages) signed and stamped by a solicitor
Certificate of Non Impediment (Nulla Osta) to be obtained from the department of Foreign Affairs,
4 months prior to wedding (Tel 01 4082568)
A photocopy of two witnesses’ passports (photo and personal details pages).
Should you not have any witnesses on your wedding day, we will be happy to provide them for you, with a small supplement to be paid locally in resort.
And if applicable:-
Original Certificate of 1st marriage,
Original Decree Absolute Original
Adoption or Change of Name Deeds
original Certificate of Death of former spouse,
Affidavit by 3rd person drawn up in the presence of a solicitor, stating that since the death of former spouse or date of divorce, no one has re-married.
All Documents MUST be Originals and have Apostille Stamps, No Photocopies will be accepted
CATHOLIC / ANGLICAN REQUIREMENTS
Religious ceremonies usually entail further paperwork (requiring at least 6 months notice), Please see your local church secretary at your earliest opportunity.
All of the documents must be signed and dated (where relevant as indicated above) then posted to Belleair Holidays Wedding Department at least 10 weeks prior to the date of ceremony, please note we will not take responsibility for the late arrival of legal documentation, any late arrival of documents may result in your wedding not taking place.
Please ensure that all relevant forms are signed in front of a solicitor and that the forms show the solicitor’s rubber stamp. Please note we must receive documents 10 weeks before the wedding date but documents cannot be dated any earlier than 12 weeks before the wedding date.
We will not be responsible for Late Arrival of Legal Documentation.
The minimum residency period for Malta & Gozo is 3 working days, this does not include weekends or public holidays.
Any costs incurred by yourselves as a result of Maltese requirements are for your own account and are not part of the wedding package prices offered
Please note the above original documents, where required, maybe retained in Malta
Please remember we must receive documents by 10 weeks before the wedding date but documents cannot be dated any earlier than 12 weeks before the wedding date.