In addition, a fee will be charged. An is clear: the 14 days is just a precautionary managerial Act – see below! The process then the local German authorities (Embassy) tells your partner Gets a visa now that despite your efforts here in Germany less expensive is often as a mere tourist visa. So. Arrived here you should take care of together like this your goal: make an appointment at the local registry office, stating that it is a multinational marriage by telephone. Arrange a meeting with the Immigration Office usually this possibility does not exist.
So you go to your next appointment, schedule 6 hours time and specify that you will get married. It will probably follow a chronological Edition, that, if that has to take place in less than your time frame (see below). Both then go to the registry office under reference on the Immigration Office, you take again your identification documents. The result is a check list of required documents (below) be. As grateful, they could agree “today plus 2 months” with your partner on a marriage date.
Experience has shown that it will be however impossible to achieve… At this point, the race usually starts with time (and finances!) So notice, that at least three positions are listed on the checklist of required documents of the registry office: marriage ability certificate (to make sure, that your partner is not currently married and is of legal age, etc.) something like a registration certificate pass confirmation that varies however depending on the country of origin of your partner. All the together the demand will be for an “Apostille”. The Apostille is a certificate of authenticity issued by the country of origin and is granted by notaries (in the country). It is absolutely necessary for all foreign documents. Your partner should never be to any Translations associated persuaded are useless here.