If you want to marry in Italy and you are a foreign couple (bride, groom or both not Italian) you must follow this rules to obtain the permission and make your wedding legally valid.
- Book the wedding ceremony in the Italian townhall you’ve chosen (you need a valid passport)
- Ask your Embassy or Consulat in Italy or your correspondant Country Authority for the “nulla osta”, a document that certifies there are no legal obstacles to the wedding according to your Country laws
- Find an interpreter for assistance with documents and ceremony (he/she must sign a sworn statement in front of the italian Public Officer in which he/she swear to accomplish his job faithfully)
- Take an appointment with the Italian Public Officer and sign a sworn statement in which you swear there are no legal obstacles to the wedding according to italian laws
- Get married with 2 witnesses (one for the bride, one for the groom)
- Register the wedding in your Country
I can help you to handle all this procedure and make it easier and faster. Contact me for any information.