The written request of the Mayor of the Municipality of residence where the marriage banns were published.
Non-resident foreign citizens:
- Austrian, Swiss, Spanish, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Turkish, Moldovan and Luxembourg citizens must submit a certificate of their capacity to contract marriage issued in pursuance of the Convention signed at Munich on September, 5th 1980 by their own Municipality of residence. - United States citizens must submit the sworn statement made at the American Consulate in Italy subsequently legalized in Prefecture Office in Italy and the attested affidavit made at the Italian Consulate in United States. - Australian citizens must submit the sworn statement made at the Australian Consulate in Italy subsequently legalized in Prefecture Office in Italy and the attested affidavit made at the Italian Consulate in Australia. - All other foreign nationals must submit a declaration issued by the relevant authorities of their own country (Embassy or Consulate in Italy) stating that, in accordance with the laws to which they are subject, they are free to marry.
Place of Marriage:
A civil marriage takes place in the Town Hall in Palazzo Cavalli.
Immediately after the civil marriage ceremony, the Registrar can issue the marriage certificates. Up-dated registry certificates will be available 2 days after the marriage. If the couple resides in a different Municipality from where they got married, then a copy of the marriage certificate will be sent to the Municipality of residence.