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Documents Required by Foreigners getting married in Malta
adapted by BrideMalta

The Marriage Registry regulates all weddings celebrated throughout the Maltese islands, whether religious or civil.Not earlier than three months and not later than six weeks prior to the wedding date, foreigners must make an appointment with the Marr... more »

How to claim your Wedding/ Civil Union VAT
by B. Mifsud, updated by BrideMalta

The Ministry of Finance in association with the VAT Department offer a one-time opportunity to claim the VAT on your Wedding/Civil Union expenses.After helping you to organise the most wonderful wedding ever and the perfect honeymoon, BrideMalta will... more »

How to Claim 542.08 Marriage Grant
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Overview A person who marries and who fulfils the criteria set out by the Social Security Act will be eligible to a Marriage Grant of 542.08 per couple upon legal marriage. Eligibility 1. Maltese Nationals having contributed at least 26 SSCs prior t... more »

Qed tippjana t-tieġ tiegħek?
Żomm fmoħħok dawn il-pariri

Odette Vella

This article is in Maltese - to read it in English, please scroll to the English version belowBiex torganizza tieġ koppja għandha bżonn flus, ħin u ċertu kapaċita wkoll. Avolja dan normalment ikun żmien sabiħ g... more »

Marriage Registry
by (reproduced from Marriage Registry site)

The Marriage Registry was established on the 12th August 1975, the year in which the Marriage Act was enacted. The Act regulates all marriages in the Maltese Islands and also introduced civil marriages. The process as regards formalities in preparati... more »

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