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Old 05.07.2020, 16:50
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Re: French Civil Partnership (PACS) for UK nationals

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In the US, you might sign papers in the church office but the legal recording of the marriage is done in the county clerk's office after the religious ceremony. Typically the minister sends the paperwork in to the county.
Exactly. What I mean is unlike in France where you must do a civil ceremony even if you want a church wedding as well, it's not necessary to do so in the UK or US. The paperwork is done at the church and just sent to whichever office needs to have it.
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