In order to get married in Greece, a licence is required from the registrar in the Municipality in which you reside.
For more information, please refer to the competent registry.
At the Municipality of your residence.
Yes it does until its expiration date.
If you are a recognized refugee you can submit a solemn declaration instead, stating that everything you claim is true.
If you are an asylum applicant you can request that the court issues a marriage licence.
The civil wedding takes place at the town hall of your residence and is carried out by the Mayor.
In order to have a Muslim wedding in Greece, both intending spouses must be Muslims and one of them should already have a Greek citizenship.
Amarriage license is required, issued by the Municipality of your residence. You also need to contact the Mufti office to get information regarding any additional documents needed (for example birth certificate registration, certificate of family status). Mufti offices are located in the area of Thrace and specifically at Xanthi, Komotini and Didimoteicho cities.
In one of the Mufti offices available at Thrace (Xanthi, Komotini, Didimoteicho).
A marriage certificate must be drawn up for the wedding which then has to be registered at the Registry Office of the Municipality where the wedding took place.
The registration should be made by both spouses or by one of them but in this case the other spouse’s identity card has to be presented. In case you a third person is asked to do so on your behalf, he/she must have a power of attorney (Public Notaries Act).
The marriage must be registered within 40 days in the Registry Office of the place where the marriage took place and a marriage certificate must be drawn up. If you miss this deadline, you will be asked to pay a 100€ fine if you do so within three (3) months and 300€ if you register it after these three (3) months have passed.