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Me and my fiancée are planning to get married in Odessa, Ukraine. So

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Me and my fiancée are planning to get married in Odessa, Ukraine.

So that we can book our wedding, we both visited the "Consultation Registration of Marriages with Foreign Citizens"

We were told that for us to be able to book our wedding, I need to produce the following documentation.
1. My passport,(Certified) (completed)
2. My Divorce Decree (Original) (completed)
3. My No Impediment (Legalised) (I collect on 28th Feb 2014)

My question
4. Apostyle (What is an Apostyle?)
(Do I need one?)
(Were would I obtain one?)

My fiancée said, she can have documents translated into Ukraine language in Odessa.
My flight is on the 10th of March 2014.

Thanks for your help

Yours Sincerely
Mick
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Senior Partner replied 3 years ago.
Hi Mark - Are you referring to an apostille certificate? This is in fact the legalisation of the document . Getting an apostille stamp is normally a serve provided by a notary but if you are getting the no impediment certificate legalised that should be in the form of an apostille