Atto Notorio

Atto Notorio is only required for US and Australian Citizens. An Atto Notorio (Sworn Affidavit) is an affidavit to be done prior the weddi...

Catholic Wedding Requirements

For a Catholic wedding are required the following documents: Certificate of Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation stamped by the...

Legal Documents

Independently from your nationality, in order to get legally married in Italy you should be able to provide the following documents. Pleas...

Requirements For Australians

BEFORE ARRIVING IN ITALY Before leaving Australia, we strongly recommend that you obtain an Atto Notorio (sworn declaration) from the Ital...

Requirements For British

With effect from 1st March 2013, the procedures for British nationals, resident in the UK, planning to marry in Italy are as follows : Yo...

Requirements For Canadians

Italian law requires NON ITALIANS wishing to be married in Italy to present a "Nulla Osta" (Certificate of non Impediment) or equi...

Requirements For Irish

In order to get married in Italy, Irish citizens must obtain a "Nulla Osta" from the Irish Embassy in Rome. The nulla osta is issued in I...

Requirements For US

US citizens planning to marry in Italy must present certain documents and comply with specific requirements of Italian law in order to obtai...

What Is An Apostille?

It is not a regular Notary Public stamp but a form of authentication issued to documents for use in foreigners countries: requested only to ...

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Weddings On Water – Sarah & Ray

Every wedding is special, no matter the location. Most couples have a preference, as it is your surroundings that can heighten the emotion, or hold precious memories and reflect the style of a couple. Without a doubt, one of the most common themes through thousands of requests we receive is to be near water. The [...]

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