Detailed below are some of the paperwork you may need for a marriage in Scotland. Please speak to your Registrar about what paperwork you are required to complete.
This leaflet provides you with information on the legal requirements for a civil partnership in Scotland and can help answer any questions you may have.
This form must be completed by both parties to the civil partnership and submitted to the local Registrar in the district where your partnership is to take place, no later 29 days before hand. You cannot submit this form more than 3 months before the date of the partnership.
You will need to provide the names of two witnesses over the age of 16 that will be in attendance of your civil partnership. If witnesses are being provided for you please write this on the form.
Those who are subject to immigration control will need to complete this form and submit along with your notice to civil partnership (CP10). The Registrar will be unable to accept your notice to civil partnership without this form being completed. You may also be required to provide passport size photographs for both parties of the civil partnershi[. You should be aware that if you do not have the appropriate immigration status or the relevent visa for a civil partnership in the United Kingdom, your proposed civil partnership will be referred to the Home Office for investigation, which can result in a delay in your civil partnership taking place. If you are unsure if you are subject to immigration control please speak to your Registrar who can advise or contact the Home Office. If this applies to you please see the Home Office leaflet for more information about the referral and investigation scheme.
if you have had a divorce that has taken place outwith the United Kindom you may be required to complete this addtional information regarding your divorce. Your Registrar will advise you if you need to complete this form.
When submitting your notice to civil partnership you will be required to provide proof of your permenant home address, please see list of acceptable documentation or speak to your Registrar. If residing at seperate addresses proof of each address would be required.