Question: How does marriage work in Ireland?

Getting married in Ireland. If you want to get married in Ireland, you must give three months notice, in person, at a civil registration service. This applies to all civil, religious and secular marriages. To give notice, you must book a notification appointment and both of you must attend.

Can anyone marry you in Ireland?

Only a registered solemniser can perform a legally binding wedding ceremony. The General Register Office maintains a Register of Solemnisers of Marriage (pdf) and anyone solemnising a civil, secular or religious marriage must be on the Register.

What is needed to get married in Ireland?

Getting married in Ireland. If you want to get married in Ireland, you must give three months notice, in person, at a civil registration service. This applies to all civil, religious and secular marriages. To give notice, you must book a notification appointment and both of you must attend.

How do I get married in a registry office in Ireland?

Getting married in Ireland. If you want to get married in Ireland, you must give three months notice, in person, at a civil registration service. This applies to all civil, religious and secular marriages. To give notice, you must book a notification appointment and both of you must attend.

How much does it cost to get Irish citizenship?

There is an application fee of €175. If your application is successful, you may have to pay a further fee up to €950 (see Certification fees below for exceptions to this fee).

Is Ireland a good place to live?

The country came seventh out of 33 in that category in HSBCs 2019 Expat Explorer Survey, and Dublin has been voted the friendliest city in Europe more than once. Ireland is also the second-best country in the world at providing excellent service and hospitality, according to TripAdvisor.

What is bad about living in Ireland?

Safe to say, one of the worst things about living in Ireland has got to be the weather! Expect rain, rain, wind, and then more rain. Although last year saw record-breaking temperatures across the island during the Summer months, we generally experience wet, cold weather year round.

Say hello

Find us at the office

Pelotte- Conradi street no. 55, 41424 Valletta, Malta

Give us a ring

Brannan Kayser
+94 575 494 299
Mon - Fri, 8:00-20:00

Write us