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Declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália
Declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália
Para a obtenção da “Declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália“, o cidadão brasileiro deverá apresentar-se pessoalmente ao Consulado (em Roma se for em Toscana ou mais a sul, em Milão se for em Veneça ou norte), munido dos seguintes documentos:
– Declaração de duas testemunhas, parentes ou não, com assinaturas reconhecidas em cartório no Brasil, em que atestem conhecer o interessado, seu estado civil, sua residência, sua filiação, o nome do futuro cônjuge e que declarem não haver impedimentos para que o brasileiro (a) contraia matrimônio. Este documento deve ter data de emissão inferior a 6 meses;
– Certidão de nascimento brasileira, emitida há menos de seis meses*;
– Passaporte brasileiro válido;
– Carta d’Identità, carteira de habilitação ou passaporte estrangeiro válido do futuro cônjuge;
No caso de brasileiro residente na Itália, apresentar também a carteira de identidade italiana válida;
O(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) que for divorciado(a), deverá apresentar, ademais:
– Original da certidão de casamento com a averbação do divórcio, com data de expedição não superior há seis meses da data de emissão do documento
Se o(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) for menor de 18 anos, além dos documentos acima descritos, é necessária a autorização dos pais ou responsáveis legais do interessado com firma reconhecida em cartório no Brasil ou em repartição consular brasileira. Neste documento, deverão estar indicados claramente o nome e o sobrenome do futuro cônjuge.
No caso de cidadãos(ãs) brasileiros(as) viúvos(as), deverão ser apresentados a certidão de casamento e de óbito do cônjuge falecido.
A declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália emitida pelo Consulado tem validade de três meses a partir da data de sua emissão e a assinatura da autoridade consular brasileira deverá ser legalizadaem “Prefettura” – Ufficio Territoriale del Governo da jurisdição do Consulado-Geral do Brasil em Roma, antes de ser apresentada no “Comune”.
Somente o(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) em nome do qual for emitida a declaração para fins de matrimônio na Itália pode solicitar e retirar o documento. Para o Consulado, não é necessária tradução nem legalização pelos consulados italianos dos documentos mencionados acima. O(a) cidadão(ã) brasileiro(a) deverá verificar com o “Comune” onde pretende se casar acerca da necessidade de tais serviços.
O Consulado recomenda expressamente observar os prazos de validade do atestado, certificado ou declaração sobre seu estado civil, da Certidão de Nascimento e da declaração de ausência de impedimentos das duas testemunhas que, se superiores a seis meses não serão aceitas.
Emolumentos Consulares: € 15,00 (quinze euros) Horário de atendimento ao público: de 08:30 hs às 12:00 hs. Horário para retirar documentos: de 08:30 às 14:30 hs. Para consultas ou para pedir outros esclarecimentos, pede-se de preferência o envio de mensagem para o e-mail do Consulado-Geral em Roma[email protected], ou então para o fax 06 68 80 2883.
Jasmine and Dan fell in love with this beautiful villa for weddings in Lucca.
We met around 2 years before the wedding, and after having visited this villa they immediately asked me to cancel all the other site inspections… it was love at first sight… all the rest came through the two years of planning..
Today we are sharing this lovely couple’s wedding in San Gimignano, near Siena. Jennifer and Anthony and their families with Italian and Japanese origins are among the most lovely and loving and caring people I have ever known in my life. They had a very traditional Catholic Wedding at the church os Sant’Agostino in one of the most typical Tuscan villages: San Gimignano.
For the moment I am sharing their short track video filmed by the J-Studio Team Cinereflex Wedding. Soon also their images will be posted here
As previously advised in our post New Rules For Weddings of British in Italy, the new procedure for British couples getting married in Italy with a legally binding wedding has been approved and communicated by the Italian Ministry of Interior to the town halls on February 15th. The new procedure will be duly published on the British Consulate’s Website soon. In the meanwhile we can support you with that providing all the needed assistance, guidance and translations needed to abide by it. This new procedure will be in place for British living in the UK and getting married in Italy.
You will need to fill in and sign a Statutory Declaration at a Solicitor or Notary Public in the UK and have this Statutory Declarations apostilled/legalized for usage in Italy at your local FCO Legalization Office. This Office accepts online application and you will not need to meet them in person, but the procedure implies some weeks to be considered when planning timing.
The Standard Certificate of No Impediment is still needed and you will be able to apply for it at your local Registrar as usual, however you will not have to pass through the British Consulate in Italy unless you reside in Italy (read below), you will need the CNIs to be legalized as well and then sent to us for their legal translation which will have to be done in Italy at a local Court (this is a service we can and have been providing to British Nationals since years as we are among the British Consulate Translators we are listed under Monza in the North, but cover all over Italy)
As a guidance you can initiate the Statutory Declaration process at the same time as your intention to marry and CNI request, so that you will have both the documents ready at the same time to be sent to the Legalization Office.
BRITISH NOT RESIDING IN THE UK
British not residing in the UK will no more be able to apply through the British consulates around the world since December 2014. The only possible way for British not residing in the UK is to apply in the UK as a resident (proving their residency) or in Italy at the British Consulate in Rome proving at least 3 days residency in Italy (with a Hotel registration for example). Applying in Rome will require
the presence of the couple,
the Long form Birth Certificates,
plus, if it applies:
the Divorce Decree Absolute,
(for divorced women only) the Previous Wedding Certificate
TIME: this procedure will have to be initiated at least 1 month prior the wedding. This means that if you are British but do not reside in the UK and cannot be in Italy or in the UK at least 1-2 months before the wedding, you will not be able to get married in Italy.
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This Canadian couple wanted a very special, unique and historical place in the typical Tuscan countryside… the best place for them was obviously the Cistercian Abbey in San Galgano. Here the town hall officers solemnize legally binding civil weddings and this is where George and Carolyn said “I do” magically shot by Studio Bonon.
We are also so happy that this wedding was featured on The Westchester Wedding Planner Blog and on A Golden Locket Wedding Portal
Kristian and Sissel are a beautiful couple from Norway who decided to solemnize their wedding with their families and friends in one of the most romantic places one can think of to get married: a Tuscan Castle.
I met them over 1 year before the wedding and during the year of planning I got to know them quite well as passionate people, loving good food and magical atmospheres.
I think words are not needed when you can have a look at the pictures taken by the great Jean-Claude Manfredi here below.
The magic shots of Stefano Santucci and the dreamy in-town country chic location of Riva Lofts in Florence made perfect that wedding day of Rachel and Richard at the Bigallo. Rachel and Richard choose the Riva Lofts as their perfect wedding venue in Florence. It grants privacy, the country style in luxury but also its position in the center of Florence. Alice was their perfect host at Riva Lofts and they did a lot of DIY with a bit of our and Alice’s help. Stefano Santucci was perfect capturing their memories in style.. watch a selection of his work here:
Nowadays people want to try out wedding ideas and themes that are as far away from conventional as possible. Even though casual weddings are still something that most people opt for you do not have to stay in the mold so to speak to have a casual wedding. Casual weddings are excellent for couples who are getting married on a tight budget or just want something that is relaxing as opposed to being stressful. That being said the nine ideas below should help causal wedding couples add a bit of unconventional wisdom to their event.
Idea no. 1: Throw in paper lanterns to add a bit of glow
Paper lanterns can be added to any wedding venue and can spice things up quite a bit. The somewhat diffused yet romantic glow of the lanterns indoors and outdoors will make for some beautiful wedding photos not to mention keep people interested in the aura of the event. These cost just a few dollars a piece at most online and offline stores, plus they are very simple to setup.
Idea no. 2: Casual celebration at the beach
If you have the perfect spot on the beach then why not use it as your wedding’s venue. When you’re getting married near the beach all you need to serve is a few simple foods and setup picnic tables. A few chairs lined up in rows will give everyone the opportunity to see you and your bride walk down to the aisle. This can make the wedding highly cost effective, entertaining and romantic.
Idea no. 3: Get married in a barn
If you live near the country then this would be the best, most cost effective way to get married. A big red barn overlooking the summer’s sunny day can make for an excellent country wedding setting. A few haystacks, sun flowers and farm animals will complete the theme and make it fun.
Backyard or Farmhouse Wedding Reception In Tuscany
You don’t have to spend thousands of dollars if you want a casual and relaxed wedding especially if someone in your family has a large backyard. Getting married in the backyard or farmhouse will open you up to a host of decoration, seating and photography opportunities. A few pretty white chairs, tables and lights will help to polish this theme.
Idea no. 5: Let your dog be the ring bearer
If you have a dog that is as much as a part of your family as anyone else then why not make him or her your ring bearer. Nothing makes saying “I do” more fun than having a dog by your side. However, this is one idea that needs to be given lots of thought because animals are known to act rather unpredictably. Perhaps the dog will need a few rehearsals to get things right.
Idea no. 6: Getting married like in Vegas
Vegas is known for its spur of the moment casual weddings. However, getting married in Vegas is glamorous, and there is nothing common or casual about it. The event can consist of a few close friends and family members, coupled with a luxury car and a ride through the fabled sin city. The beauty of getting married Vegas style is that you can get married wearing anything even a t-shirt!
Idea no. 7: Married like in a restaurant
Many restaurants today have banquet halls or a certain section of the place that would be great for a warm wedding. The restaurant will be responsible for catering, prep-work, decoration and cleanup. The choice of restaurant will mainly depend on the type of cuisine most of your family members or the people you are inviting will enjoy.
Idea no. 8: A wedding destination
Do you have a place in mind you’ve always wanted to visit and spend some time in? Then this may be the perfect place to get married to the woman you love. Destination weddings happen to be a surprisingly cheap yet fun affair for everyone that attends it. You can choose from a warm destination to one where subzero temperatures are fun all year long.
Idea no. 9: An adventure wedding
If you and your wife to be are thrill seeking then Modern Weddings recommends an adventure wedding. These are far from traditional casual weddings but fun and romantic. Consider getting married on a ski slope, roller coaster or before you dive off an airplane. However, finding a celebrant to preside over your wedding in the air can be hard to find!
Manu Alias has been a wedding planner for over twenty years. His experience spans hundreds of unconventional weddings organized for both regular people and celebrities alike. He is the author of a number of books where he outlines different casual wedding ideas and tips.
“The world is your altar,” writes theknot.com. And with the support of tourist boards and resorts, the popularity and practicality of destination weddings continues to grow. One incredible spot to say “I do” is Tuscany in the heart of Italy, the land of love.
Planning a wedding far away in Tuscany might sound overwhelming when it comes to logistics. But in actuality, a destination wedding can work out to be much simpler by avoiding the drama and expense of inviting and feeding 150 or more guests and renting and decorating a local venue.
With a destination wedding in Tuscany, you can switch out the stress of wedding planning for an extended vacation with your closest family and best friends. For couples thinking about taking their vows to one of the most romantic places on earth, here are a few details to keep in mind.
Location, Location, Location
Either a beautiful backdrop of Italian countryside or a breathtaking cityscape is usually the major motivation for planning a destination wedding. When scouting out venues for your big day, make natural beauty a major priority.
This might be the vaulted ceilings of an ancient church in a rustic city. Or it can take the form of a rolling vineyard with majestic cypress trees outside a luxurious villa. “You didn’t decide on a destination wedding so that you could have your reception in a ballroom,” points out Anna Wilson a special events coordinator in the Bahamas.
Show off “the local flavor, and the breathtaking beauty of the” location which first made you fall in love with it. Whether it is the green valleys outside Montepulciano or the cobblestone streets of Siena, choosing a spot with aesthetic architecture and gorgeous flora will also eliminate the hassle of decorating your venue. Allow local scenery to play center stage and make you really feel like you are in an exotic place.
Are Attendants Willing to Attend?
One major consideration to take into account is how a destination wedding will affect the friends and family you ask to stand up with you as bridesmaids and groomsmen. Typically, destination weddings will have smaller wedding parties because not all of your just-out-of-college buddies or young mom girlfriends can afford to fly out with you.
It doesn’t hurt to ask as a courtesy to show how much you care about them. But make sure that you leave a graceful way out in case friends, no matter how much they want to support you, simply aren’t able to travel at that time. Settle on a smaller wedding party and rely on family to stand beside you at the altar.
For those friends who can and are willing to travel halfway around the world for you, be sure to appreciate the sacrifice they are making and do not be too demanding on their time. Allow them to enjoy the trip as a vacation to a destination they may never have otherwise dreamed of visiting.
And when it is all said and done, pick out some really nice presents as a thank you for their love, support and time. Couples can find classy presents for the guys through sites like Groovy Groomsmen Gifts and purchase personalized jewellery or spa gift certificates to thank the ladies. You may even want to go shopping for special souvenirs that embody the trip and the wedding as keepsakes.
By showing off your amazing location and appreciating your bridesmaids and groomsmen, your big day in Tuscany can be the best day ever.