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Requirements for Norwegians

Norwegian citizens wanting to marry in Italy must present their Nulla Osta “Attest til bruk for ekteskapsinngÃ¥else etter utenlandsk rett”, which is

released by the Vital Statistics Office (Folkeregisteret) of the last city of residence in Norway.
From the 1st of January 2005 the Nulla Osta is no longer released by the Consulates.

The Nulla Osta upon request will be written up in Italian and must have the:
1. First and Last name
2. Citizenship
3. Civil status (single, divorced or widowed) of the person
4. All clear/permission to marry in Italy

A few wedding halls will require that the birth certificate showing the names of the parents accompany the Nulla Osta. This can be obtained by your Vital Statistics Office.
Divorced women must attach the divorce decree showing the date of sentence for divorce. 300 hundred days must pass between the divorce sentence and new wedding date.
All documents submitted including certificates must be translated by an authorized translator in Norway. An Apostille from the Fylkesmannen accoriding to the Hague Convention must be applied on all certificates.
Religious Wedding and Italian LawFor a church wedding the priest usually requires the exact same documents PLUS can request the baptism certificate which must once again be translated by an authorized firm in Norway and the Apostille Seal applied.
Additional catholic paperwork may apply – check with your coordinator planning the wedding.

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