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Ιn order to apply for a copy of your birth certificate you need to submit the attached affidavit (please find below), endorsed by a certifying officer, such as the President of the Cyprus Community or an officer of the Delphi Bank (previously Bank of Cyprus) or Bank of Sydney (previously Beirut Hellenic Bank/Laiki Bank Australia), duly authorised by the High Commission to witness the authenticity of signatures and documents.

The affidavit must be completed and returned to our office, accompanied by the following:

1. Certified photocopy of passport and/or of Identity card of the Republic of Cyprus;
2. Certified photocopy of father’s passport and/or Identity card of the Republic of Cyprus;
3. Certified photocopy of mother’s passport and/or Identity card of the Republic of Cyprus;
4. Certified photocopy of current passport;
5. Bank cheque or money order payable to the Cyprus High Commission for the exact amount of AU$
(Please call High Commision as monthly fees vary), only for 2017 (personal cheques are not
accepted);
6. One self-addressed registered post envelope together with a prepaid label for person to person
delivery.

Please be informed that the Cyprus High Commission does not issue birth certificates. Issuing a birth certificate takes three to six months, due to the fact that the birth certificates are processed in Cyprus.

Also be informed that, due to the fluctuations in the exchange rate between the Euro and the Australian dollar, the fees for the application might be subject to change every month. For this reason, if you delay submitting your application beyond the end of the current month, please call the High Commission to confirm the exact amount of the related fees.

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1. CELEBRATION OF CIVIL MARRIAGES

The contracting of civil marriage in Cyprus has been valid since 1923. As the procedure is simple many couples from all over the world come to celebrate their marriage in Cyprus and combine this event with holidays.
Persons desiring to have their marriage celebrated in Cyprus under the provisions of the Marriage Law 104(I) of 2003, may only apply, after their arrival in Cyprus, personally, to the Marriage Officer of the Municipality of their choice, in order to go through certain formalities which are necessary prior to their marriage.

2. PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED

(a) As a first step, the interested persons who should be in possession of legal identification (passports and birth certificates) have to fill in, sign and submit to the Marriage Officer a joint application called “Notice of Marriage” indicating their will to marry each other and containing their particulars on the basis of their passport. 

(b) At he same time, each of the two parties must make a declaration on oath or affirmation before the Marriage Officer that they know of no impediment or other lawful hindrance to their marriage.

(c) The interested persons should also furnish an official certificate indicating that they are not married. If however the Marriage Officer has any doubt about the accuracy or genuineness of the certificate furnished by the interested persons, or if the interested persons are unable to produce such an official document (like British citizens) they will be called upon to make a sworn declaration before the Registrar of a District Court that they are single and have never been married before. However divorcees have to present the “Decree Absolute” of their dissolved marriage and widows/ers have to present the “Certificate of Death” of their late partner. Also they both have to make a declaration on oath (affidavit) that they have never been married again since then.

(d) When these formalities have been completed, the marriage must be celebrated within 15 clear days at the earliest, or within 3 months at the latest, from the date the notice is given. If, for any reason, the marriage is not celebrated within 3 months, the notice given and all consequential proceedings are considered to be void. In fact, interested persons, in order to have a civil marriage by notice should stay in Cyprus for about 20 days.For prescribe fees, please counsult the municipality where the ceremony will take place at http://www.ucm.org.cy/Index.aspx?Language=ENG

(e) In case of urgency, however, or if they so wish, the interested persons may apply to the Marriage Officer to fix an earlier date, by paying advanced fees. In this case the marriage can be celebrated within 2-3 working days. 

The formalities prescribed in the above–mentioned paragraphs 2(a)(b) and (C) are also applied in this case. For prescribe fees, please counsult the municipality where the ceremony will take place at 
http://www.ucm.org.cy/Index.aspx?Language=ENG


3. PERSONS UNDER EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE

If either party to the intended marriage, not being a widower or a widow, is under eighteen years of age, the written consent of the father, or if he is dead or incapable of consenting, of the mother or, if both are dead or incapable of consenting, of the lawful guardian of such party, must be produced to the Marriage Officer on their application. 


4. PENALTY FOR A FALSE STATEMENT

If should be pointed out that any person who wilfully makes or inserts any false statement in any declaration, certificate or other document required by Law to be made or issued is liable to imprisonment. 


5. RELIGIOUS CEREMONY

A civil marriage may be celebrated either by the Marriage Officer, or by a Registered Minister of Religion at his church. In this case all the same procedure should also be followed at the municipality, but the religious ceremony can be held at a church. 

All necessary arrangements with the Registered Minister and the church should be carried out by the interested persons. 


6. CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE

The couple is supplied with a certificate of marriage by the Marriage Officer, but if they want to secure one or more certified copies of the certificate they can apply to the Marriage Officer or to the Ministry of Interior. 


7. COPY TO BE FORWARED TO THE EMBASSY OF FOREIGN NATIONALS 

It should also be pointed out that, according to the Law, if either of the parties to the intended marriage is a subject of a foreign country having an Embassy or a Consulate in Cyprus, the Marriage Officer shall forward to the Embassy or the Consulate of such country in Cyprus a certified copy of the certificate of marriage. 


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR CLARIFICATIONS, INTERESTED PERSONS CAN CONTACT THE MUNICIPALITY OF THEIR CHOICE


A list of Cyprus municipalities can be found at:


http://www.ucm.org.cy/Index.aspx?Language=ENG

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You are kindly informed that the High Commission does not prepare or offers drafts of Powere of Attorneys. This rests at the sole responsibility of the applicant. The Power of Attorney must be forwarded to our Offices after it has been signed at the presence of a certifying officer, such as the President of the Cyprus Community or an officer of the Delphi Bank (previously Bank of Cyprus) or the Bank of Sydney (previously Beirut Hellenic Bank/Laiki Bank Australia) in your area, duly authorised by the High Commission to witness the authenticity of signatures.

The following documents must accompany the original power of attorney:

1. Photocopy of the photo ID that you used at the time of signing the power of attorney;
2. A bank cheque or money order payable to the Cyprus High Commission for the exact amount of AU$
(€8.54), only for .... 2017, for each Power of Attorney (personal cheques are not accepted);
3. A self-addressed post envelope with a contact number.

Please also provide us with a contact number should the need arise and we need to talk with you.

Also be informed that, due to the fluctuations in the exchange rate between the Euro and the Australian dollar, the fees for the endorsement of Power of Attorneys might be subject to change every month. For this reason, if you delay submitting your document beyond the end of this month, please call the High Commission to confirm the exact amount of the related fees.


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