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The NI Executive have produced a guidance booklet for marriages, civil partnerships or other celebratory events link opens in new window. Please fill out our marriage and civil partnership enquiry form or call or to discuss options for your marriage or civil partnership arrangements. Visit nidirect for more information on marriage and registration link opens in a new window.
If you plan to get married in Belfast, it is important that you read all of the information below. If you don't give this in time, you may need to postpone your marriage. You can give notice up to a year before the date of your marriage. Please send your original completed marriage notice forms , along with relevant documents, to:.
We will accept photocopies of your birth certificates and passports, but will need to see the originals before the ceremony takes place. You can bring these when you collect your schedule. to discuss payment or you can send a cheque, made payable to Belfast City Council. The ceremony may, with the agreement of the Officiant, take place anywhere in Northern Ireland.
Services are conducted by authorised people, according to the relevant tradition. If you are getting married in a different district, for example Newtownabbey, you will give notice in Mossley Mill. You can for advice. The bride or groom can collect the schedule and give it to the marriage conductor. You will need an appointment to collect your marriage schedule from City Hall. We cannot issue the schedule more than 14 days before the marriage and only you or your partner can collect it.
Appointments are available from Monday to Thursday, 3. Book an appointment. Once you have completed your booking, you will receive a confirmation with further information about your appointment. Your marriage certificate will be posted out to you. A civil marriage ceremony can be conducted by a registrar or deputy registrar for the district in which it is to take place, or a Humanist celebrant.
You will need an appointment to present your original documents and wedding day information form before your ceremony. There will be an opportunity to talk with one of the registrars and ask any questions about your day. Appointments are available from Monday to Friday, 11am - If you are unable to come into City Hall, you can still present the documents on the day of your ceremony. You still need to give notice at the Registration Office in Belfast City Hall if you are having a humanist ceremony in the Belfast district.
Before you can get married in Belfast, you and your partner will need to complete a marriage notice form and produce other essential documents. You will need a separate form for each person. This still applies if you are having a religious or humanist ceremony. The marriage notice forms must be ed by the religious conductor.
The following documents must be provided by both you and your partner when returning your marriage notice forms:. If you're a non-EEA citizen, please read nidirect's information link opens in new window on getting married in Northern Ireland.
Once the marriage has taken place, the schedule should be returned to the Registration office within three working days for the marriage to be registered. New legislation came into effect on 7 December , enabling couples to convert their same sex civil partnership formed in Northern Ireland to a marriage, or opposite sex marriage formed in Northern Ireland to a civil partnership. You can make an appointment to have your conversion at City Hall. These are available from Monday to Thursday at 3. You need to submit your application form before your appointment. If you would prefer to have a ceremony to the conversion with family and friends attending, you can book this with the Registration Office by calling The registrar will advise you on completing your application forms and documentation needed.
Ceremony fees and room hire will apply. If you have completed your appointment booking online, you will receive a confirmation with further information about your appointment. If you have any issues booking online, please call us on Please complete and send your application form to us before your appointment. We will then information onto our system and submit this to the General Register Office GRO for authorisation. This is completed beforehand so you both can the declaration at your appointment.
Send your completed application form, including photocopies of your marriage or civil partnership certificates and photocopies of photographic ID preferably passports , to: Registration, City Hall, Belfast BT1 5GS. You will need to bring the originals to your appointment. You will need your civil partnership or marriage certificate for the conversion. Further information on converting a marriage to civil partnership and civil partnership to marriage can be found on the nidirect website link opens in new window. If you live in Northern Ireland and want to get married outside of NI, you may need to provide a document showing that you are free to marry.
In this case, you will need to complete a marriage notice application form in order to apply for a certificate of legal capacity to marry Certificate of non-impediment. You must submit your application in the district of your home address and proof of home address is required before the application will be accepted. The usual supporting documents for a marriage application are also required. When the marriage notice form has been submitted, the certificate of legal capacity to marry will be issued after at least 28 days have passed.
You will then need to book an appointment with us to collect your certificate. Appointments are available from Monday to Friday. Please visit nidirect's website for more guidance on marriage procedures. This browser offers limited functionality on our website. We recommend you use the latest version of Chrome, Safari, Edge and Firefox. Coronavirus update Marriage notice Civil marriages Documents needed Convert marriage to civil partnership More information. Is this useful? Yes No. Thank you for submitting feedback. How could we improve this ? Registration office.
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