Is it possible to sign the registry office if there is no registration?))

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She-wolf
She-wolf
Answered on November 17, 2014 17:45
By law, the absence of registration is not an argument for refusing to register a marriage. But in practice, employees of the registry office may bother and require you to register. In this case, you can appeal their wrongful actions to a higher authority, you can file a lawsuit against them. But if you don’t want to bother with the court proceedings, try to get at least a temporary registration at the time of registration of documents for marriage registration. and all the formalities will be complied with, the registry office workers will not have grounds for refusal and will lose less time. But if absolutely nothing with a residence permit insist on a legal basis for registration without it.