Paperwork Needed for an Italian Wedding
My partner and I are getting married in Italy in August and we have planned the whole thing ourselves. We are having a full civil ceremony out there and are a little stumped with what comes next with the paperwork.
I have gathered most of the paperwork information off of directgov.com but it doesn't explain the last pieces needed in detail.
We already each have a Statutory Declaration witnessed and signed by a solicitor, a Certificate of No Impediment each signed and stamped from our local registrar. Now this is where we are confused...
The next stages (I think) are to get all 4 documents legalised in Milton Keynes. Once these are returned its just the CNI's that need to be translated and sworn before the Italian courts. (Does this need to be done in Italy or can it be done in the UK)
We have had 3 quotes now ranging from £14 to £700 and I have no idea if I am even asking for the right things.
We do not want to use a wedding co-coordinator because they add on a fee so I would preferably like to do it myself.
Please if anyone has done this themselves then I would love your advice.