If a person is in Ukraine, he/she can apply to the territorial civil registry office to get the Extract. But if the person is abroad it is possible to contact our company to request the Extract. You can also order repeated (duplicate) documents, such as Birth Certificate, Marriage Certificate, Divorce Certificate or Death Certificate.
It is not enough to simply request the document in Ukraine for its further use (in an original form) abroad. Any Ukrainian documents, whether it is Marriage Certificate in Ukraine, Extract from the civil registry, Statutory Declaration of Single Status in Ukraine, Certificate or Declaration of marital status in Ukraine, etc. must be brought into line (legalized) to be used abroad.
For example, for a country that has signed with Ukraine a bilateral agreement about legal assistance in civil cases (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Agreement’), it is necessary to translate the document into the language of the targeted country and notarize it. If there is no agreement between the targeted country and Ukraine but this country is a member of the Hague Convention (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Convention’), it is necessary to apostille, translate, and notarize a document. If the country has not signed an agreement and is not a member of the Convention, it is necessary to legalize documents.
In all countries, a Family Status Certificate in Ukraine is to be submitted only in the original containing all stamps put in the course of legalization.
It is difficult to understand the whole process of legalization, that is why a Network of Translation Agencies Network 'Ukraine' offers to take opinion of our operators. Your questions can be put as follows:
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- By sending the question via chat;
- By writing an e-mail;
- By visiting our office.
You may find out more about prices, payment options and the information that is referred to delivery of documents the pages 'Price list' and 'Payment | Delivery' on this site.
1. Not every country has an authority similar to the Civil Registry Office. In some of the countries, a marriage may be registered by a mayor's office, courts and even tax inspections.
2. During the war, in some US states it was possible to register a marriage on the basis of a power of attorney and with presence of a representative. If a person was getting married and he/she was serving soldier, it was possible to register a marriage based on his/her written expression of the will submitted to the relevant registration authorities.