LEGAL FORMALITIES

Getting married in Mauritius is easy for citizens of countries that are member states of the Hague Convention.  They are exempt from additional document legalisation after the wedding in Mauritius. The Apostille (official stamp) is the only required form of document legalisation. You will receive the marriage certificate with the Apostille from us two to three working days after your wedding. After you return, you present the certificate at the registry office in your home town and your marriage will then be entered in the wedding register.

  • Copies of passports
  • Copies of birth certificates 
  • Decree absolute or final order (if divorced)
  • Deed Poll (if name has changed) issued by UK Deed Poll Office
  • Death Certificate and previous marriage certificate if widowed
  • Non English documentation must be translated into English and duly stamped.
  • French passport holders need to submit their documentation to us 3 months prior to your arrival in Mauritius.
  • ….SIMPLY OPT FOR OUR LEGAL FORMALITIES PACKAGE – WE TAKE CARE OF EVERYTHING !

Legal Formalities package

  • Package available for all Nationalities
  • Package is All-Inclusive
  • Expert advice and support throughout every step of the planning process

INCLUSION:

  • Administration & handling fees- Application for the Civil Wedding at Status Office and Follow-up of documents and procedures until Wedding Day.
  • Standard Chauffeur-driven Car for verification of Documents at Civil Status Office and publication of banns.
  • Couple will be accompanied by one of our experienced Civil Wedding Coordinator throughout the procedures
  • Two witnesses will be provided on the Wedding Day(if required)
  • A coordinator on the Wedding Day.
  • A certified Wedding certificate delivered by the Prime Minister’s Office which is recognised worldwide and can be registered in the Couple’s country,

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