Legal requirements for Australian citizens holding a Australia’s passport.
– Santorin Weddings –
Copy of passport for both the bride and the groom. If you have your own witnesses, a copy of their passport is also required
You have to be 18 years and older to get married
Birth certificate for both the bride and the groom. The document has to be the long form that also mentions the parents names. Also, it has to be typed end not handwritten. In case a typed version of this document is not an option, you must type the information that is handwritten on your birth certificate, in a simple paper and send it along with the original birth certificate so the registrant can use it as a guide if he/she has trouble reading it.
No Records result for both the bride and groom, from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, not older than 3 months of the date of your wedding
Certificate of Non Impediment for both the bride and groom, from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, not older than 3 months of the date of your wedding
Divorce or Death certificates if any
Adoption certificates if any
All the above documents, need to be translate via the Greek Embassy of your area OR via our agency. No other source is acceptable
All the above documents, need to have apostle stamps on each of them. The apostle stamp serve the purpose of authenticating your document for use abroad. Each English documents needs its own stamp. You can obtain these stamps from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and you can find all the information at http://www.smartraveller.gov.au/authen.html
You have to be in Santorini 1 (one) business day after your wedding to register your wedding. If that is not possible, you must obtain a document that will give my agency the authority to register your wedding on your behalf and you have to contact me to send you via email a sample of that document
If you wish to see samples of the documents you have to obtain, please click the links below