We have worked and are working with hundreds of couples from all over the world, we know all the requirements of the Danish authorities and we know all the features of the process. Our couples get 100% approvals and get married in Denmark.
Our prices are affordable, we have no hidden fees.
In order to keep our prices low and affordable for more couples, we do not provide travel services in Denmark, accommodation or other non-marital services in Denmark. No hidden commissions and payments. You will find out the full price at the time of consultation.
We work quickly and we are always available
Our clients can always contact us. We are always available and ready to answer all questions regarding marriage in Denmark. We work quickly and therefore we can get the earliest dates for a wedding ceremony in Denmark for our clients.
We prefer personal attention to everything that concerns our clients. This helps make our work fast and efficient. You can set a convenient time to communicate with us.
We are professionals - getting married in Denmark is easy with us
Despite the fact that it is easier to get married in Denmark than in any other country in the world, the process of obtaining a permit, the list of documents and the rules for their submission are strictly regulated. If any document is missing, copied incorrectly, or the form is filled out incorrectly, the Danish authorities can re-request the missing documents, which automatically increases the time for a positive decision.
Confidence in a positive decision of Agency of Family Law
With extensive experience gained from working with thousands of couples from all over the world, the professional knows all the requirements of the Danish authorities in detail. This helps to avoid errors in the preparation and submission of documents. To avoid possible additional requests from the authorities, agencies try to collect the most complete package of documents.
Full range of services
In addition to getting married in Denmark, professionals offer additional services such as an apostille on a marriage certificate, translation services or obtaining a copy of a marriage certificate. Many clients will receive detailed information on how to get to the place of marriage and much more.
Couples Choose to Get Married in Denmark: The Benefits of a Fast and Efficient Wedding
If you have come to our page, then you are looking for information on how to get married in Denmark. There is a lot of information available, but it is not always accurate. We professionally assist couples from all over the world to register their marriage in Denmark, so we have the most up-to-date information on marriage in Denmark, all procedural changes, new requirements, and so on.
Couples choose to get married in Denmark for several reasons:
It is fast;
There is no bureaucracy;
Digital document flow;
Recognition of Danish marriage worldwide.
Getting married in Denmark can be done quickly
Indeed, it can be done very quickly. It may take some time to gather and prepare the necessary documents for marriage in Denmark, but the process of reviewing the submitted documents and making a decision on the application for marriage registration in the Kingdom is quick.
Many agencies lure clients with promises to help them get married in Denmark in one day. This is a marketing trick, nothing more. If all the couple's documents are collected and prepared for submission, only the period of consideration of the application for marriage on the territory of Denmark takes 5 or more working days. In our experience, the review period always varies from 3 to 7 working days. As you can see, it is impossible to get married in one day. This must be added to the time that partners who want to get married in Denmark will spend on collecting and preparing documents.
Nevertheless, as mentioned above, getting married in Denmark can be done very quickly. The maximum validity period of the permission issued to the couple for entering into marriage is up to 4 months. The authorities themselves recommend starting the process of preparing for the wedding no later than 2 months before the desired date. We specialize in fast weddings and help couples pass the check and get permission to marry in the shortest possible time.
Absence of bureaucracy
In addition to its speed, Danish marriage is also distinguished by a complete absence of bureaucratic delays. If a couple prepares a package of documents in compliance with all the requirements of Danish authorities, the permission to marry will be obtained within 3-7 working days without any additional requests from the Danish Agency for Family Law.
Marriage in Denmark can be registered with a valid Schengen visa, which is very convenient.
Knowledge of the Danish language is not necessary. If the couple does not speak the languages of the wedding ceremony (Danish, German, English), they can use the services of a professional translator or the help of a friend or family member.
Recently, the requirement for couples to arrive in Denmark in advance has been abolished. For example, if a couple wants to get married in Copenhagen, they only need to appear at the registration office in the city hall 10 minutes before the wedding ceremony. Many couples manage to arrive in the morning, register their marriage in Copenhagen during the day, and leave home after lunch.
Some municipalities require couples to arrive one day in advance to present their documents. Immediately after the wedding ceremony, the couple can return home.
Digital Document Workflow for Marriage Registration in Denmark
If you're planning to get married in Denmark, you'll need to collect all the necessary documents and submit them through a special portal provided by the Danish family court. One of the best things about the process is that you don't have to send any physical letters or parcels - just scanned copies or photos of your documents. There's also no need to be physically present when submitting your documents, and all communication with the authorities takes place through electronic mail exchange. After receiving permission, you only need to present the original documents for personal identification purposes.
Equal Marriage in Denmark
Denmark has been one of the most progressive countries when it comes to recognizing equal marriage rights for all couples. The country was one of the first to allow same-sex marriages, making it a popular destination for couples who can't legally marry in their home countries. Whether you're a homosexual couple, a lesbian couple, or transgender, you can officially formalize your relationship in Denmark. The process is the same as for traditional couples, requiring the same package of documents. Denmark is known for being a friendly and welcoming country, so you can expect a warm reception from the moment you submit your documents until the end of your stay.
Worldwide Recognition of a Danish Marriage
One of the biggest advantages of getting married in Denmark is that your marriage will be recognized worldwide. After getting married, you can legalize your marriage in your country of permanent residence. All you need to do is affix an apostille to your marriage certificate and have it translated. This makes Denmark a popular choice for couples who want a legally recognized marriage that they can take with them wherever they go.
Who is Marriage in Denmark for?
Let's summarize everything mentioned above by comparing a Danish marriage with marriage in Germany and some other countries.
Let's start with the curious fact that in Germany, lawyers themselves advise their clients to get married in Denmark, because the process of collecting documents to get married with a German citizen is extremely bureaucratic and slow. The list of documents for partners is extensive and different for the groom and the bride. One of the obstacles on the way may be a special "bride's visa" or "groom's visa" - to marry a German citizen, a foreigner needs to apply to the German consulate in their country and request this visa, as well as provide a certificate of knowledge of the German language. Many of our clients tried to get married in Germany and chose a marriage in Denmark due to excessive bureaucracy. The couple collects documents, submits them to the local registry office, and after 6-12 months, they receive a response that some document needs to be updated or something else needs to be provided.
In Spain, in addition to documents, partners must have an interview with a judge and obtain permission to marry.
Those who want to get married in France must also obtain permission to marry either at the French embassy or at the municipal office of their place of residence in France. All of this takes time and personal visits to officials. These examples are enough to understand why couples opt for marriage in Denmark.
Getting married in Russia is currently even more difficult, as foreign partners are unlikely to be granted a visa, and further attempts to legalize a Russian marriage in any European country will also face bureaucracy.
Marriage in Denmark is suitable for everyone, especially for couples who live in one of the EU countries or plan to make the EU their place of residence. After obtaining a marriage certificate, the foreign partner will have the right to family reunification. This has been proven in thousands of examples of couples who have already married in Denmark