Can,t you just pretend to be married....... just joking.
"Urzęd Stanu Cywilnego"
These guys required original birth certificate
plus translation ( in my case )
certificate of no inpediment ........ translation.
The church, who ask for all your christening, communion and confirmation certificates.....
wouldnt accept mine because the forms failed to have " Roman catholic " printed on them.
( as if this was any fault of mine )
The priest required a testament stating that I was single and not a bigamist etc, but was happy that this declaration was signed by my mother ( who could have been a hired actress )
Now, your biggest ally and aid, should be the priest ( being that you are marrying in his parish ) , hope he,s a good one.
Other than that, anything you require at the 11th hour, just go and doctor it on the internet and print out. ( friends marrying after I did in Poland done it and no one was none the wiser. )
Sorry for the delay in responding, only not on here all the time.
looks like its starting already.
What the hell is going on with people making there own f*cking rules up! J*sus C*rist!
Thats just the way it is in Poland..... keep calm, you,ll get more results when you,re here with the fiancee ( who knows the system, " when in Rome " )
And remember, don,t lower yourself to their level .........