CERTIFICATE OF NO IMPEDIMENT UK APOSTILLE
What is a Certificate of No Impediment?
Often abbreviated to CNI or CONI, A Certificate of No Impediment is a document created to state that a person is legally allowed to marry abroad and that there are no impediments to the upcoming marriage.
Who can get a Certificate of No Impediment?
Only the proposed subject of a Certificate of No Impediment can apply for it. It is not possible for us, as a 3rd party, to help you with this.
What do I need to get a replacement Certificate of No Impediment?
Speak to your local or last local Register Office to arrange an appointment to request a Certificate of No Impediment. There may be some requirement for you to bring documents with you, such as Birth Certificates, previous Marriage Certificates and Decree Absolutes, etc.
Have a Certificate of No Impediment legalised with a UK apostille certificate by The Apostilles Group from just £65.
Includes FCDO fee of £30
Your document will be transported using Royal Mail's Guaranteed Special Delivery service to the FCDO Legalisation Office and using the FCDO's preferred carrier, DX to return to us
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TRANSLATION OF APOSTILLED DOCUMENTS
Your apostilled Certificate of No Impediment can be translated in to any of 130 languages from £100
UK CERTIFICATE OF NO IMPEDIMENT APOSTILLE
Things to remember
We are unable to order a copy on your behalf, the subject of the Certificate of No Impediment must be the applicant. Please contact your last local Registry Office in the UK here.
The Hague Convention only applies to 83 countries, we've selected the most popular to chose from but if you need a different country we will be able to carry this out for you. Find out more here.