Are you planning to marry in Russia, but you don’t know from what to start, because you have a foreign citizenship?
Civil Status Service will help you to solve any issues related to the preparation of documents for marriage registration in Russia. We will provide qualified assistance regardless of your nationality and place of residence.
The main advantage of our services is that you can check documents from anywhere in the world without leaving your home or office. All you need is to order a free advice and choose the necessary service.
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Maybe you have received the necessary documents and you need to check the correctness of their registration?
Our service help to avoid additional trips to Russia for face-to-face consultations, long expectations in queues, refusals to accept documents, as well as the need for their reworking and correction.
Civil Status specialists have high quality and wide experience in International Family law. We know the law enforcement practice of registry offices of all Russian regions.
We guarantee you a professional approach and high quality of services!
Minimal rates and free consultations
More than 10 years’ experience
All countries of the world and all cities of Russia
Shortest terms of execution
We draw up a contract and use a secure payment system
Drawing up an individual list of documents required for registration of marriage, taking into account the nationality of the applicant and other circumstances
required for registration of marriage, taking
into account the nationality of the applicant and other circumstances
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