Caribbean Classics - Weddings & Honeymoons

Legal Requirements

Please note: This information is a guideline for British Passport holders only. It remains the clients responsibility to ensure they have all relevant information and documents and Caribbean Classics (a trading name of Travel Day Ltd) will not be held liable for any failure to do so. These requirements can change at any time, it is therefore advisable to speak with your Caribbean Classics Wedding Co-ordinator for the latest guidelines.

Non-British passport holders or those with documents issued outside the UK should contact their local embassy.


Antigua Legal Requirements

Documents required:


You will need to visit the Ministry of Legal Affairs in St. Johns, Antigua to apply for your marriage licence.

It is very important that all original documents must be taken with you when you travel.

 

Barbados Legal Requirements

Documents required:


You will need to visit the Ministry of Home Affairs in Bridgetown, Barbados to apply for your marriage licence.

It is very important that all original documents must be taken with you when you travel.

 

St. Lucia Legal Requirements


Documents required:


It is very important that all original documents must be taken with you when you travel.

 

Jamaica Legal Requirements


Documents required:


Notarised copies of documents are required to be sent by DHL to your Jamaica hotel prior to arrival. There will be a charge for this.

It is very important that all original documents must be taken with you when you travel.

 

Grenada Legal Requirements


Documents required:


Notarised copies of documents are required to be sent to your Grenada hotel prior to arrival.

It is very important that all original documents must be taken with you when you travel.

 

Mexico Legal Requirements


Documents required:


Depending on your personal circumstances it may be necessary to have some or all of your documents legalised in the UK prior to travel. It remains your personal responsibility to check your documents with the relevant embassy prior to travel.

It is very important that all original documents must be taken with you when you travel.