Foreign nationals can get married in the Czech Republic in a civil or Church service.
A marriage is formed by the free and complete consensual declaration of a man and woman, who wish to be joined in matrimony (the engaged couple), that they are entering into a marriage agreement. The declaration is made publicly and in ceremonial form in the presence of two witnesses.
The engaged couple should first choose a provisional time and place for the wedding ceremony and then approach the registry office of the district in which the chosen location lies with an application for a wedding ceremony.
If one (or both) of the engaged couple does/do not speak or understand Czech, or if one (or both) of the engaged couple is/are deaf or unable to speak, the presence of an interpreter is necessary for the declaration of marriage. The presence of an interpreter is the responsibility of one of the engaged couple, at their own expense. In this case it is not possible to complete a declaration of marriage without the presence of an interpreter.
Office of Prague district 10
Department of civil law, section of birth register, Czech citizenship and internal administration
Vršovická 68, 101 38 Prague 10
Authorised person: Renáta Nováková
phone: 267 093 648
Thu: 8 a.m. – 12 noon
Engaged couple – Foreign nationals:
Submitted documents issued by a foreign country must be officially verified, unless otherwise stated by international agreement, and officially translated into Czech.
engaged couples are advised to obtain all documents and papers from foreign countries well in advance of the intended date for the wedding ceremony.
Výše doplatku na bydlení je stanovena tak, aby po zaplacení odůvodněných nákladů na bydlení (tj. nájmu, služeb spojených s bydlením, nákladů za energie atd.) zůstala osobě či rodině částka na živobytí.