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In this section of Getting Married in Denmark we have made a Danish Town hall guide offering information on the various town halls we work with; their opening hours, locations, history and more.

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Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

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Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

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Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

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In this section of Getting Married in Denmark we have made a Danish Town hall guide offering information on the various town halls we work with; their opening hours, locations, history and more.

Why Denmark for citizens and residents of Germany?

So why do those specifically living in Germany choose to get married in Denmark? 

Well, whether you’re a German couple, a German citizen wanting to marry a non German citizen, or 2 non Germans legally residing in Germany, the simple answer is…. Denmark is the easiest place in Europe for foreign couples to get married. 

 

The dialogue we hear from couple after couple who hold German residence, no matter how simple or complex their situation happens to be, is that it’s just too difficult to get married in Germany. 

The bureaucratic system there makes it a long and drawn out process for even what we in the Danish wedding industry would see as being the most straightforward of cases. 

The marriage system in Germany is designed specifically for 2 German citizens to get married and simply doesn’t reflect today's reality;  people travel a lot more, choose to reside in different countries and so naturally marriages begin to cross and break down borders. 

As the German system does not take this into account, this is where the difficulties begin to arise. 

Why Denmark for citizens and residents of Ireland?

A lot of couples who reside in Ireland also decide to travel to Denmark to get married. 

It can be a fairly long wait to get married in Ireland too. First you have to register your intent to marry and you have to do this at least 3 months before you wish to get married. 

This wait is simply too long for those that, for whatever reason, need to get married quickly. 

The documentation required can be more complex there too, with Birth Certificates and Freedom to Marry Certificates being on the list of required documents for foreign couples wishing to marry in Ireland. 

These are not always easy documents to obtain for many people; one of the most common things we hear on a daily basis is “Do I need to provide my birth certificate to get married in Denmark, because I just don’t have one?”

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In this section of Getting Married in Denmark we have made a Danish Town hall guide offering information on the various town halls we work with; their opening hours, locations, history and more.

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In this section of Getting Married in Denmark we have made a Danish Town hall guide offering information on the various town halls we work with; their opening hours, locations, history and more.

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