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==Required Documents==
 
==Required Documents==
At the appointment you will need to provide evidence of:<br> 
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At the appointment you will need to provide evidence of:<br/
  
*'''Nationality''' – one of the following
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*'''Nationality''' – one of the following<br/> 
**Valid passport; or
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*Valid passport; or
**Nationality identity card; or 
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*Nationality identity card; or 
**Citizenship certificate confirming British Citizenship; or 
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*Citizenship certificate confirming British Citizenship; or 
**British birth certificates 
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*British birth certificates 
***If you were born prior to 1 January 1983 we will need to see either your full or short birth certificate.
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*If you were born prior to 1 January 1983 we will need to see either your full or short birth certificate.
***If you were born after 1 January 1983 we will need to see your full birth certificate, which includes your parents&#39; details, PLUS either your mother or father&#39;s birth certificate if your parents were married when you were born.  If your parents were unmarried when you were born then only your mother&#39;s birth certificate can be accepted.  If your parents were born outside the UK, then you must provide evidence of British nationality at the time of your birth.<br><br>
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*If you were born after 1 January 1983 we will need to see your full birth certificate, which includes your parents&#39; details, PLUS either your mother or father&#39;s birth certificate if your parents were married when you were born.  If your parents were unmarried when you were born then only your mother&#39;s birth certificate can be accepted.  If your parents were born outside the UK, then you must provide evidence of British nationality at the time of your birth.
  
*'''Address – one of the following:'''
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'''Address – one of the following:'''<br/> 
**Utility bill dated no more than 3 months prior to the date of the appointment; or
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**Bank or building society statement or passbook dated no more than one month prior to the date of the appointment; or
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*Utility bill dated no more than 3 months prior to the date of the appointment; or
**Council tax bill dated no more than one year prior to the date of the appointment; or
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*Bank or building society statement or passbook dated no more than one month prior to the date of the appointment; or
**Mortgage statement from the last 12 months; or
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*Council tax bill dated no more than one year prior to the date of the appointment; or
**Current residential tenancy agreement; or 
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*Mortgage statement from the last 12 months; or
**Valid driving license in the name of the person giving Notice of Marriage; or 
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*Current residential tenancy agreement; or 
**Letter from the owner or proprietor of the address which is the person&#39;s place of residence. This letter must include:
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*Valid driving license in the name of the person giving Notice of Marriage; or 
***The name, address, date and signature of the owner / proprietor
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*Letter from the owner or proprietor of the address which is the person&#39;s place of residence.   
***Confirmation that this person is the owner / proprietor; and
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This letter must include:<br/>  
***Confirmation of the name of the person giving Notice and that they have been resident at the address for at least the 8 days immediately prior to the Notice appointment.<br><br>
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::*The name, address, date and signature of the owner / proprietor<br>
:'''Evidence of your age''' - If either of you are under the age of 18 we will need to see proof that your parent, or guardians, agree to the marriage.  If your parents are divorced we may also need to see the court order that gives custody to one of them<br> 
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::*Confirmation that this person is the owner / proprietor; and<br>
:'''Name''' – evidence of any name change (marriage certificate; deed poll etc)<br> 
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::*Confirmation of the name of the person giving Notice and that they have been resident at the address for at least the 8 days immediately prior to the Notice appointment.<br>
:'''Evidence of condition''' – one of the following (as appropriate)
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'''Evidence of your age''' - If either of you are under the age of 18 we will need to see proof that your parent, or guardians, agree to the marriage.  If your parents are divorced we may also need to see
::*Decree absolute – if granted outside England and Wales, then the final divorce documents issued along with a full translation, if written in any language other than English. 
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the court order that gives custody to one of them<br/
::*The death certificate of the spouse – if the person remarrying is not mentioned on the death certificate then you must also provide a certified copy of the marriage certificate.
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'''Name''' – evidence of any name change (marriage certificate; deed poll etc)<br/
::*The presumed death certificate of the spouse Only original documents can be provided.  Photocopies will not be accepted
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'''Evidence of condition''' – one of the following (as appropriate)<br/>  
::*If you do not bring all the required original, valid documentation they will not be able to complete your notice and a further appointment will have to be booked and paid for.
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*Decree absolute – if granted outside England and Wales, then the final divorce documents issued along with a full translation, if written in any language other than English. 
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*The death certificate of the spouse – if the person remarrying is not mentioned on the death certificate then you must also provide a certified copy of the marriage certificate.
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*The presumed death certificate of the spouse Only original documents can be provided.  Photocopies will not be accepted
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*If you do not bring all the required original, valid documentation they will not be able to complete your notice and a further appointment will have to be booked and paid for.
  
 
==Office Locations & Contacts==
 
==Office Locations & Contacts==
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==Fees==
 
==Fees==
[https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/births-marriages-and-deaths/register-office-fees Fees Details]
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For booking and using service, use this link to view fees in UK : [https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/births-marriages-and-deaths/register-office-fees Fees Details]
  
 
==Validity==
 
==Validity==
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==Other uses of the Document/Certificate==
 
==Other uses of the Document/Certificate==
Please explain what are other uses of obtaining this document/certificate.
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This document will most likely be required as a supporting document if you are getting married in a foreign country.  
e.g. Birth Certificate can be used as proof of identity.
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This document can also be required for employment in a foreign country.
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
[https://www.hagueapostille.co.uk/ Apostille of Hague]<br>
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*Apostille of Hague : [https://www.hagueapostille.co.uk/ Refer Link]<br>
[https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk Milton Keynes Council]<br>
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*Milton Keynes Council : [https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk Refer Link]<br>
[https://www.gov.uk/ Services] <br>
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*GOV.UK : [https://www.gov.uk/ Services] <br>
[http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/travel-and-living-abroad/births-deaths-marriages-civil/marriage-and-civil-partnerships/CNI-nulla-ostas Foreign and Commonwealth Office]
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*Foreign and Commonwealth Office : [http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/travel-and-living-abroad/births-deaths-marriages-civil/marriage-and-civil-partnerships/CNI-nulla-ostas Getting married abroad UK]
  
 
==Others==
 
==Others==

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