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The only reason I specified an English speaking country is so that none of the marriage documents need to be officially translated to English which can be additional time and money. Gibraltar is a very easy option as well, you can get married 24 hours after registering. You would need a visit visa for either Gibraltar or Denmark if you hold a Philippines passport however.djweeble wrote: ↑Thu Dec 12, 2019 7:30 amYou don't need to get married in an English speaking country..... by far the easiest and fastest place to get married in Europe, is Denmark.
Just google for "getting married in Denmark", and you will find lots of information, and links.
I married my fiance in less than a week after applying for the permit.
Nope no marriage visa required for Gibraltar, the process is different than the UK.djweeble wrote: ↑Fri Dec 27, 2019 11:15 amGood point on the translation of documents. That is also another advantage of using Denmark....... the marriage certificate is issued in 5 languages, including English.
IIRC, ours are in Danish, English, German, French, and Italian.
I looked into Gibraltar myself, and found Denmark would be much easier and cheaper, as I believe, though I may be wrong so please correct me if I am.... you need a marriage visa from the UK government for Gibraltar, whereas a simple Schengen visitor visa is all that's needed for Denmark.
Sorry but you do not know anything about the topic nor are you an immigration official .Even if they can prove a genuine marriage, its a year or more for a decision. Add another year for an appeal.
Are you sure about that?
Granista wrote: ↑Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:47 amAre you sure about that?
Everything I said is true, and easily verifiable.