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Registrar Questions about marriage

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BobbyBobBob | 13:19 Fri 16th Mar 2012 | Civil
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I am due to receive a phone call from my local Registrar regarding getting married abroad.

I have obviously never done anything like this before so don't have a clue what sort of things they ask you and what you need to be asking them?

Does anybody know what sort of things they will be asking?

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There's no specific reason for the Registrar to be involved. You can't actually register an overseas marriage ceremony in the UK but you can, if you wish, create a record of your marriage at the General Register Office. The Registrar might want to ensure that you will be able to provide the relevant documents if you choose to do so. Alternatively the Registrar might want to make sure that you've got the necessary paperwork to marry abroad (although that's not normally part of a Registrar's duties).

See here
http://www.fco.gov.uk...nd-civil-partnerships

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