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The issuing authority stamps a document with a unique ID, indicating that it is a true and accurate copy to be recognised internationally.Dutch civil ceremonies take place at your local town hall, and accommodations vary.) in the municipality in which you wish to marry (or enter into partnership).The registrar will tell you which documents you will need to show.
All Dutch marriages must be registered with the Basisregistratie Personen (BRP).
A notarised translation is typically required for any documents not in Dutch.
Foreign documents may also have to be authorised with an Apostille stamp.
The basic ceremony only covers the essential formalities in front of a maximum of 20 guests.
The reported that the average Dutch wedding costs EUR 15,000, with money being the most popular wedding gift (and, perhaps interestingly, almost half admitted to counting it during the wedding night).Paperwork may differ depending on the municipality, however, you can expect to be required to provide: For those who have lived abroad, the Registrar of Births, Deaths, Marriages and Registered Partnerships may ask for certain documents they need to create your civil status record, for example, proof that you are not in a marriage or registered partnership in another country.In such cases, you can apply for a certificate of unmarried status in your last place of residence.If you're planning on getting married in the Netherlands, you'll need to sort out the red tape before you can say 'I do' among the tulips.