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Weddings in st kitts and nevis - Legal Requirements

Weddings in st kitts and nevis - Legal Requirements

Documents required by The Holiday Place 12 weeks prior to departure:

Proof of Identity: A copy of full passport valid for at least 6 months upon return to the UK and Birth Certificate and a photograph.

Proof of Status: If single, certified single status certificate.

Divorced: If either party is divorced, a copy of the original Decree Absolute is required.

Widow(er): If either party is widowed, a copy of the original death certificate of the deceased spouse must be presented.

Name Change: Deed Poll under which name change has been done.

Adoption: If adopted certificate is required.

Application: Application forms for the licence must be obtained from legal department in St Kitts.

Residency: Couples should be on St.Kitts & Nevis for 2 full working days before the wedding day. This does not include the day of arrival or public holidays.

Fees:

Ceremony: Ministers of Religion and Magistrates are authorised to perform marriage ceremonies. If the ceremony is to be performed by a Catholic priest, it must take place in a catholic church and a letter must come from the couple’s resident priest verifying that they are unmarried and have received the necessary instructions.

If an Anglican priest or other minister of religion is to perform the ceremony, a letter must come from the couple’s resident minister, verifying that they are known and unmarried. If the couple is resident in St Kitts for the stipulated period, a notary public and a marriage officer will have to paid, and the charges vary from island to island and from officer to officer.

Please remember to take your original documents with you.