Getting Married in Anguilla

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Getting married in Anguilla is easy

It only takes two business days from your arrival and presentation of documents to process your license.

Shea married Tom, her real life Prince Charming at Zemi Beach House Hotel & Spa. Photo taken on Shoal Bay East, by KSharp Media.

After, a brief legal procedure, you can marry as soon as, and wherever you want – on the beach, at your hotel or villa, at a restaurant, in a church, on an off-shore cay or even on a boat!

The simple and inexpensive requirements – which include paying stamp duties and marriage license fee ($280 approx) – will be handled by your planner or resort.

If either party has been married before, don’t forget to bring your original divorce decrees (translated and notarized if the original version is not in English).

Contact Blue Sea Anguilla for more information on getting married in Anguilla.

Aulden and Daniel, Photo by KSharp Media
Trudy Nixon

Trudy Nixon

Originally from the UK, Trudy has lived and worked in Anguilla since 2002 having fallen in love with the island on first sight. As well as being publisher and editor of True Anguilla, she also writes novels, runs True Communications, a PR and Marketing consultancy and is the hostess with the mostess at her Airbnb property Hummingbird.

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Trudy Nixon

Trudy Nixon

Originally from the UK, Trudy has lived and worked in Anguilla since 2002 having fallen in love with the island on first sight. As well as being publisher and editor of True Anguilla, she also writes novels, runs True Communications, a PR and Marketing consultancy and is the hostess with the mostess at her Airbnb property Hummingbird.

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Read more of Trudy's writing and sign up for news on her novels hereTrudy Nixon
Follow her on instagram @trudynixon
Follow and find out more about Hummingbird on instagram @hummingbirdanguilla

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