In order to get married in Italy, Irish citizens need to obtain the following documents:
- Statutory declaration by Irish citizen called a “Certificate de coutume” to get married abroad.
- (A divorced person or a person who is or intends to marry a person under the age of 18 years should use a different form).
- Completion of the MP2A form/declaration. This declaration must be made and signed in the presence of a Notary Public, a Commissioner for Oaths or a Solicitor, if in Ireland, or a Diplomatic or Consular Officer of Ireland, or Notary Public, or Commissioner for Oaths, if abroadBring all the following documents to the DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS in Dublin. They will check them and if everything is ok they will send an email to the Irish Consulate in Rome, that will issue the "Nulla Osta".
- MP2A form
- Birth certificate length form (showing both parents names)
- Copy of the passports.
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