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Therefore it is necessary for fiancés to inform the relevant registrar of the fact that they do not speak Czech, or they are deaf and/or mute, while their documents are being processed before the marriage itself.A declaration on entering into marriage is made publicly during the wedding ceremony in the presence of two witnesses.The wording of such oath is prescribed by a special legal regulation (Act No. on Official Experts and Interpreters (pdf, 699 k B)).The wording of the oath is submitted by the registrar.Items c) and d) or similar documents must be issued by the country of his/her permanent residence, if the state issues such documents.A fiancé who is a foreign national according to §35/2 must further submit to the relevant Office of Vital Records a certificate issued by the Czech Foreign Police that he/she may legally stay in the Czech Republic.Documents to be submitted issued by foreign authorities must be officially authenticated (superlegalization, Apostille), unless an international agreement stipulates otherwise, and must be officially translated into the Czech language. If one of the fiancés does not speak or understand Czech, or the fiancé/s is/are deaf and/or mute, the presence of an interpreter is required during the ceremony.
The form must be completed by both fiancés and submitted to the Office of Vital Records under the jurisdiction of which the place where the marriage is to be contracted falls, alongside the documents required for contracting the marriage.The first name(s), surname, identity number or date of birth, place, and district (country) of birth are included in the Protocol on Contracting the Marriage.Witnesses prove their identity with valid ID documents.A 70-year-old woman met a certain “Richard Randall” online.Entranced by the interest shown to her, the constant communication soon turned developed into an online relationship.