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If you do not bring the required documentation, or do not meet the residency or other requirements, then the notice appointment will not be able to go ahead. You will need to book another appointment and pay the fee again. All documents provided must be originals.
You must bring originals of the following documents to your appointment:
If either of you is divorced or was in a civil partnership that has been dissolved, you must bring:
If you are a foreign national wishing to marry in a Church of England, you must bring a completed copy of the Church of England (COF) Approval Form to your Notice of Marriage appointment.
It costs £75 for us to check any foreign divorce papers.
We recommend giving notice 3 months in advance of your planned wedding or civil partnership for the checks to be completed, payable on the day by debit or credit card only.
You must bring:
You must bring official proof of the name change.
You must bring a completed parental consent form (PDF, 611KB).
You must bring your passport or national identity document.
Giving notice costs £47 per person if either of you are from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland and both of you:
You must provide a passport style photo of each person. This will go with your application to the Home Office.
You need to give notice together at Scarfolk Register Office or another designated register office, even if you live in different districts.
The immigration authorities at the Home Office will be told. If this happens you may need to wait up to 70 days before getting married or forming a civil partnership. You must bring a visa or permit proving your right to get married in the UK.
Check your eligibility to get married or form a civil partnership before booking your appointment.