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Top 5 Tips for Successful Civil Marriage Online
Online marriage is bliss for couples having a long-distant relationship or looking for same-sex marriage. Away from the scrutiny eyes of the others, online civil marriage allows couples to cherish their moment even if they are miles apart or want to get together...
Guide to choosing your beach wedding planner in the Mediterranean
Malta is one of the growing tourist hotspots in Europe and also is a sought-after place for beach weddings. With that said, unlike most European countries Malta is also welcoming of same-sex marriages. However, planning a beach wedding in Malta can be a bit more...
An Essential Guide on choosing between a wedding in Abu Dhabi Vs Malta
Marriage is a social and legal bond between two adult individuals, tied by a contract between two parties. There are two kinds of marriage procedures prevalent in the current United Arab Emirates: Sharia Marriage and Civil Marriage. United Arab Emirates Government...
Getting married online legally Vs traveling to Malta for your wedding
Malta is one of the most stunning wedding locations in Europe and boasts a multitude of beautiful wedding venues. However; the current revelation of the Omicron variant has everyone wondering whether travelling internationally is a wise idea. Let's simply say it's not...
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Is same sex marriages legal in Malta?
Same-sex marriage in Malta has been legal since 1 September 2017, following the passage of legislation in the Parliament on 12 July 2017.
What other right does LGTB community have in Malta?
Malta is recognized for providing a high degree of liberty to the LGBT citizens. Apart of the same sex marriage Malta legalized gay adoption, changing legal gender and sexual orientation discrimination protection.
Do I need visa to go to Malta?
Malta is a part of Schengen visa agreement. Which means the EU passport holders do not need visa to enter the country. Moreover 60 more countries do not need visas to enter the country. Please make sure to check if your country is in the list before you plan your trip.
Will I need to legalize my Maltese wedding certificate?
Malta is a part of the Apostille convention. Which means Maltese wedding certificate will be valid in over a 100 counties (as long as they accept same sex marriages). For the rest of the countries you will need to legalize your wedding certificate but the process is usually very simple.