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 long do you have to wait to get married in Ireland?
You need to give them at least 3 months notice that you intend to marry. This is the law in Ireland and it applies to all civil, religious and secular marriages. You cannot get married until after the 3 month notice period. Your marriage date can be in any month or year after the 3 months.
What are the requirements to get married in Ireland?
What do you need to get married in Ireland?A valid passport or national ID card for both parties.Original birth certificate for both parties.Declaration of civil, religious or spiritual intent** for the ceremony youre planning.Intended date and location of the wedding.Names and dates of birth of both witnesses.More items •21 Sep 2017
Can visitors get married in Ireland?
You will need to prove that you have a valid reason for entering Ireland to an immigration officer at border control. To do so you will need your passport and other documents, eg acknowledgement from the Registrar of Civil Marriages. If you cannot satisfy the immigration officer, you will not be allowed into Ireland.
Can 2 foreigners marry in Ireland?
To be married in Ireland, you must be at least 18 years of age and must not be married already. Also, regardless of nationality or residence, anyone who wishes to marry in Ireland must give at least three months notification to a registrar.