We take full responsibility for the orders and the translation of the necessary paperwork including your final marriage license. The service is conducted in Greek with English translation. We personally take you to the necessary appointments in the town hall and ensure that your wedding is planned with the utmost care.
Necessary Paperwork for Civil Weddings (for E.U. and U.S. Citizens):
- A photocopy of Bride's and Groom's Passports.
- Full birth certificates for the Bride and Groom
- Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage for Bride and Groom (This must be applied at your local Superintendent Registrar Office no earlier than 3 months before your wedding date).
- Decree absolute (if any of the parties is divorced)
- Deed poll certificate (If any of the parties has changed his/her name by Deed Poll)
- Adoption papers (if any of the parties was adopted)
- Death certificate (If any of the parties is a widow/widower)
- If either of the couple is under 18 years, proof of parental consent in the form of a Statutory Declaration is required, stamped and signed by a solicitor.
Important Note 1:
Photocopies of Birth Certificate & Decree Absolute must be stamped and signed by the Apostille Hague Convention. An Apostille is a special seal applied by an authority to certify that a document is a true copy of an original.
For information on this you may contact 0207 0081111 or write to:
Important Note 2:
The Legalisation Office (www.fco.gov.uk)
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The Old Admiralty Building
The originals must be brought with you when you travel to Greece.
Important Note 3:
All the above paper need to be faxed to me (or scan and send by email) no later than 3 weeks before the date of your wedding in order to start the process of translating.
Important Note 4:
For all types of weddings, it is required that two witnesses be present. In case that the groom and the bride are traveling on their own, our staff will be happy to offer assistance and act as witnesses at the wedding ceremony.