Did you know: Getting married in Denmark is a bargain now
Most of us aren’t born in extremely affluent families, and hence, planning a marriage might come of as financially challenging. But getting married in Denmark can be financially wise for foreigners.
With places like Germany asking for long lists of documents and neverending bureaucracy. It definitely is a bargain to get married in Denmark.
Is getting married in Denmark is financially wise?
Yes, getting married in Denmark is definitely cost effective when you calculate it all. In Germany for the ‘marriage’ you’d have to pay only a fee of €53,50. But when you calculate the translation of your Documents, the apostille fee, and a thousand trips that you might have to make to the marriage registrars office. It adds up to a decent amount; Plus the hustle of going through all the bureaucracy. Moreover, it doesn’t stop there. Even after going through all that, you wait for SIX months to finally get married.
It’s a whole lot of unnecessary drama and wasted effort. Whereas, to get married in Denmark. You pay €250 that is inclusive of the agency of family law fee and the apostille. And if you take care of the minimal documentation in the correct format – you are good to marry in just 10 days.
What documents do I need to get married?
The main documents that you will need for the marriage are:
- Proof of Residency (Meldebescheinigung)
- Passport / EU ID
- Single Certificate
If you’d like more information on how the entire process works, you can schedule a free call with me by clicking here.
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Who am I? And what’s my story?
I am Alina, a German citizen – who met a stranger at the Freiburg railway station in the fall of 2014 and fell in love with him. My husband, Bharat, comes from India, and back in 2016, we had tried getting married in both Germany and India. But, unfortunately, we were quite heartbroken at the results. That’s when a friend of mine suggested the idea of marriage in Denmark. And there couldn’t have been better advice than that.