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Municipality of Beek: registering a civil partnership

You make a number of choices when planning and registering your intention to enter a civil partnership. These choices relate to the type of ceremony and the venue. The costs depend on your wishes and the possibilities in the municipality of Beek.

Ceremony

The ceremony is the official part of entering your civil partnership. You can choose from:

  • no ceremony (free of charge);
  • elaborate ceremony.

If you choose an elaborate ceremony, you can choose who leads the ceremony. You can choose from:

  • wedding registrar from the municipality;
  • family member or acquaintance.

If you choose a wedding registrar from the municipality, a registrar from the municipality of Beek will contact you a few weeks before the planned date to introduce themselves and find out more about you and your partner.

Do you want a family member or an someone you know to conduct the ceremony? If so, you must contact the municipality yourself. You must submit an application for this in good time via

https://www.gemeentebeek.nl/

Location of the ceremony

You can hold the ceremony to enter your civil partnership at various locations in the municipality of Beek. You can choose from:

  • a municipal building;
  • a location of your own choice within the municipality of Beek.

If you want to hold the ceremony at a location of your choice, contact the municipality. 

https://www.gemeentebeek.nl/

Registering an intended civil partnership

You register your intended civil partnership with the municipality in which you wish to enter the civil partnership. Provide the details of yourself, your partner and your witnesses. This can be done up to 2 weeks before the ceremony date. You can do it online or at the town hall.

Online: https://www.gemeentebeek.nl/  

Make an appointment: https://www.gemeentebeek.nl/

You pay a fee for this service. For more information, contact the municipality https://www.gemeentebeek.nl/.

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Last updated on 22 February 2023