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Weddings in st lucia - Legal Requirements

Weddings in st lucia - Legal Requirements

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

Proof of Identity: A copy of the full British passport valid for at least 6 months upon return to the UK and birth certificate. Full names, addresses and occupations of both parties required. Full names of both sets of parents (if not on Birth Certificates).

Divorced: A copy of the original Decree Absolute stamped with the seal of the court where it was issued.

Widow(er): A copy of the Marriage Certificate and Death Certificate of husband or wife.

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

Adoption: If adopted copy of original certificate is required.

Residency: For the normal Marriage Licence the minimum residency is 2 working days, however you have the option of getting married on the first day at a higher charge with a Special Marriage Licence.

Fees: (Prices in EC - Eastern Caribbean Dollars)

Ceremony: Weddings cannot take place on holidays or weekends and must be performed between sunrise and sunset.

Catholic Weddings: In the case of Catholic Church weddings, your local parish priest would need to liaise with a priest on island to ensure that you have undertaken the necessary counseling period prior to the marriage and that you have met all the necessary criteria to enable you to be married in a Catholic Church.