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❗️For same-sex marriage, the same documents are required and the same conditions are valid as for traditional marriages.
❗️Asylum seekers, or people with Duldung (Aussetzung der Abschiebung) or with Fiktionsbescheinigung nach § 81 abs.3 Aufenthaltsgesetz, can not get marriage in Denmark, unfortunately.
❗️What new laws and changes have been in force in the Danish Marriage Act since 01/01/2019?
Most importantly: There has been no tightening of the required documents. Marriage in Denmark now generally requires the same documents as before. Therefore, getting married in Denmark is still the easiest and fastest way to get married in a civil registry office.
In total there were only 2 changes, namely:
1️⃣ Till 01.01.2019, both the processing of the documents and the wedding itself have taken place in the same town hall. And that's why all Danish town halls used to process documents. From 01.01.2019 - the town hall, in which documents are processed, and the town hall, in which the wedding itself takes place, are two different town halls. The processing of documents and the issuing of a permission (license) to wedding for ALL who want to get married in Denmark is now done in a single central registry office, the so-called state agency for family law. And when a marriage permission is issued in this central registry office, the wedding itself can take place in any other Danish town hall as before.
So, till 01.01.2019, there may have been slightly different requirements for documents in different Danish town halls. Now the requirements for documents are standardized, since the processing of documents and the granting of the permit (license) for marriage takes place in a single registry office for the whole of Denmark. Although a lot depends on the employee of this central registry office, who deals with the processing of your documents. According to the new rules, for important reasons, the town hall employee has the right, within the limits of his authority, to issue a marriage license, even if the documents contain minor errors or defects. Here the problem can be solved individually.
2️⃣ From 01/01/2019, a bride and groom can be requested to provide proof in the Danish town hall that it is not a fake marriage. As a proof can be valid for example your fotos from your vacation or at a family party, or romantic correspondence on Facebook, WhatsApp or other messengers, etc. Of course not too much private character :-). Of course we take care of all of these concerns for you.
IMPORTANT: We have not had a single case when our customers in the Danish were refused a marriage permission because of suspected fictitious marriage.
❗️Regarding deadlines and terms - starting from 01.01.2019, the processing of all applications for marriage takes place in Denmark in one single central registry office (danish state agency of family law). Often this paperwork can take you several months. With us, the processing of your application in this central registry office will take you maximum of 5 working days, if your documents are in order. Then, as the permission for your marriage in the central registry office is obtained, you need to contact the Danish town hall where the ceremony of wedding will be held (and this can be any town hall in Denmark) and make appointment there directly for the date of your wedding. In many town halls in Denmark, there are often huge queues and the waiting time there can be 2-3 months. With us, your marriage can take place on the second day after receiving a wedding permit from the central registry office. Thus, through our agency, your wedding in Denmark can take place within just one week since we receipt the payment and copies of your documents.
Nevertheless, it is advisable to send us payment and copies of your documents as early as possible, and not at the last moment. Because after checking your documents we can find out that you need to remake some of your documents and you need a time of it.
❗️Very important – if one of you live in Germany or other EU-countries and another one lives not in EU-countries, in this case not EU-liver can stay in EU and getting a resident permit because of marriage in Denmark. If you need, we give a good lawyer for it. First consulting of our lawyer is for free for our customers (who made us a payment of 1100 Euro).
❗️We offer also our help for getting Visa to go to EU-countries for fee of from 700 Euro.
❗️You both must have good knowledge of German or English or Danish language for your wedding. If not, you must have a translator for your weeding. We can booking such a translator for you for fee of from 130 Euro.
❗️Very important – It is very necessary to make an Apostille on your Danish marriage-certificate after your wedding in Denmark. Shortly, an apostille is a stamp, making in marriage certificate with aim to confirm of authenticity. Authorities of Germany and other countries will ask you for Apostille. We will help you to make this Apostile.
❗️ Had you more than one marriage in your Past, should you send us Divorce/Death – Certificate just from the last marriage.
❗️All of the document should be on English, or German or Danish, or with TRANSLATE on one of this language. We can make translation of your documents into German. It costs pro 1 document: Russian into German 25 Euro, Ukrainien 140 Euro, another language according request
❗️There are 5 language at once has an international Danish marriage certificate - English, German, Danish, French and Spanish
❗️It is necessary also the presence of the 2 witnesses at the wedding ceremony. As a witnesses can be any person who is adult and able to act, such as your friends or even your own parents or adult children. So, you can bring your own witnesses, or you can only come together at your wedding ceremony, in this case we will take care about the witnesses for your wedding ceremony, and this will be free for you.
❗️ Attention: Fictitious marriage or marriage between relatives such as siblings or parents and children (including adoptive children and / or parents-in-law) are prohibited in Denmark.