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Costs of Getting Married

Marriage in the Register Office

*Notice of Marriage £30.00 per person = £60.00

Fee for Marriage Ceremony £34.00

Certificate of Marriage £ 3.50

Total £97.50

Marriage in Approved Premises - Weekday

*Notice of Marriage £30.00 per person = £60.00

Fee for Marriage Ceremony £150.00

Certificate of Marriage £3.50

Total £213.50

Marriage in Approved Premises - Saturday/Sunday

*Notice of Marriage £30.00 per person = £60.00

Fee for Marriage Ceremony £200.00

Certificate of Marriage £3.50

Total £263.50

Marriage in a Religious Building - (other than in the Church of Wales)

*Notice of Marriage £30.00 per person = £60.00

Fee for Registrar's attendance £40.00

Certificate of Marriage £ 3.50

Total £103.50

Please note that if the building has its own Registrar ("Authorised Person") the Registrar's attendance fee is not payable. Additional fees may be charged by the trustees of the building and by the person who performs the ceremony.

*If you live in different registration districts a notice of marriage will need to be given in each district.

Superintendent Registrar's Licence

Often known as "Special Licence" - this procedure has now been abolished. A minimum waiting period of 15 days now must elapse before a marriage can take place.

Marriage in the Church in Wales

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Very important, if you are not yet aware of the new rules then you must read this.

New rules for getting married in the United Kingdom: Questions & Answers

I strongly recommend reading the whole thing, but the introduction says:-

A brief Introduction to the new rules

From 1 February 2005, people who are subject to immigration control who wish to marry in the United Kingdom (UK) will need to follow new procedures.

They must either:

Hold entry clearance* as a fiancé/e or marriage visitor, or

Hold a Home Office certificate of approval**, or

Be a person with settled status in the UK (e.g. indefinite leave to remain)

People who are subject to immigration control will also be required to give notice to marry to a registrar at one of a number of designated register offices throughout the UK. This is a brief summary of the new rules. This page will explain how they apply to you and what you must do.

These rules do not apply to anyone who has already given notice to marry to a registrar before 1 February 2005

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what i should to bring with me for get marry in uk...I'm thai woman..

Thank you,

latt

I seem to recall from a differenty post that you're on a fiancee visa.

My girlfriend is here on one at the moment and all you need is your passport and possibly some proof of address although she was not asked for any.

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