Get you Nulla Osta and check marriage requirements to get legally married in Italy with a civil wedding.
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Are you a Slovenian citizen seeking to experience the charm of an Italian wedding?
If yes, there are crucial legal requirements you must fulfill for your marriage to be legally recognized in Italy.
One of these is obtaining the so-called “Nulla Osta” that is a document issued by your Consulate in Italy attesting to the absence of legal impediments to the marriage according both to your country of origin laws and Italian regulations.
Our expert guide dives into the process of securing a “Nulla Osta” and the legalities of foreign marriages in Italy.
Understanding the Italian “Nulla Osta”
In the context of marriage laws in Italy, the “Nulla Osta” stands out as a vital document for Slovenian citizens planning a wedding in Italy.
This certificate is issued by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia, confirming there are no legal barriers to your proposed marriage.
As the first step in the Italian marriage requirements checklist, the “Nulla Osta” is a must-have document for Slovenian citizens planning an Italian wedding.
The “Nulla Osta” – A Key to Italian Wedding Legalities
Obtaining the “Nulla Osta” is simple when you have the correct guidance. To secure this certificate, Slovenian couples need to mail to they wedding planner specific documents as follows:
- An original international birth register extract for both parties, if they are Slovenian citizens.
- A “no impediment to marriage” certificate for both parties from the Slovenian Administrative Unit, if they are Slovenian citizens.
- Identification documents (ID card or passport). In cases where one party is a foreign citizen, their ID, indicating citizenship and personal data, is also required.
- A consular fee of 38.00 Euros.
Also your wedding planner, to act on your behalf will ask you to sign a power of attorney so that they are allowed to request the Nulla Osta on your behalf.
Once the “Nulla Osta” is issued, all original documents are returned. This crucial step brings you closer to achieving your dream Italian wedding.
Navigating Italian Marriage Laws Post “Nulla Osta”
If the town hall release you the multilingual marriage certificate provided by the Vienna Convention of September 8, 1976 (submitted since Dec. 31, 1992), neither Apostille nor translation is need and the Italian marriage certificate is automatically recognized in Slovenia.
Otherwise if the town hall will release you a standard marriage format your wedding planner will proceed with the legal translation at the Italian Court (asseverazione) and the legalization with the Apostille in the competent prefettura.
Having secured the “Nulla Osta”, it’s time to dive deeper into the Italian marriage laws. Consulting a local legal expert or an agency experienced in Italian wedding legalities can ensure you follow the required procedures correctly.
This guide aims to assist Slovenian couples in understanding Italy’s primary legal marriage requirements. Remember, regulations may vary, and seeking professional legal advice can provide an easier path to your unforgettable Italian wedding.
With our comprehensive guidance, fulfilling the legalities for Slovenian citizens marrying in Italy will be less daunting and more manageable.
After all, understanding the rules is the first step towards a hassle-free wedding in the captivating lands of Italy.
Who will be your Counselors and Planners?
Due to our experience in law firms and the foreign offices of the Italian public administration, we gained significant expertise in Consular affairs, and we are trained to solve the most complicated procedure such as:
1) Nulla osta process, legalization procedure, Court hearings for the refusal of the town hall when there documents missing , legal translation, apostille procedure, emergency procedure for legalization.
2) Same-sex couples that want to celebrate a civil union in Italy as in their country the union is forbidden;
3) Couples that come from countries where divorce is not allowed;
4) Italians living abroad registered at AIRE that need to recover their document to start the marriage banns in the Italian Consulate;
5) Assistance with people that come from countries that do not release the nulla osta;
7) People with refugee status who have requested asylum in Italy.