itakitez wrote:if you are in australia then it is easier since a marriage there is legal - I would check with the embasy there
otherwise you are correct, you cannot get a certificate of no imprediment by post, you can however obtain a search confirming you are not married in substitute of this document - check the other threads for more info
I think mine cost me 17.50 GBP and took 3 weeks, the tricky bit is then legalizing this document, for which a friend or family member is best recommended to complete, but is posisble by post
I am a City Girl wrote:Hello there,
Hope the following link would help you a bit
http://ukintaiwan.fco.gov.uk/en/help-fo ... -marriage/
Mr He wrote:OK, if you get married in Taiwan, you will have to prove that your home country recognizes the marriage. This means that a Taiwan marriage license is not enough, you need to show the marriage registered in the UK.
If you get married overseas, you need not to show that.
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