This procedure enables you to obtain a civil partnership certificate. Requested from the civil registry office of the place in which the partnership was registered, this document indicates when and where your partnership was registered along with the names and places of origin of the partners before and after the partnership was registered.
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A civil partnership certificate is issued if one of the two partners needs to have the partnership recognised by a foreign state. It indicates when and where the partnership was registered as well as the names and places of origin of the partners before and after the partnership was registered.
To carry out this procedure, you must be carrying one of the three payment cards shown opposite.
You must also have an identity document (Swiss or foreign), scanned in jpg, jpeg, gif, pdf or png format with a maximum file size of 5 Mb.
What are the rates and conditions?
The fee is CHF 30, to which postage is added.
Which documents are required?
You will need the following documents:
- a digital copy of your official identity document (in jpg, jpeg, gif, pdf or png format with a maximum file size of 5 Mb);
- the address to which documents can be sent;
- if the request is not for you, a copy of the identity document of a beneficiary and a power of attorney is required;
- a power of attorney is not required if a parent submits the request on behalf of a child who is a minor.
How will your application be processed?
The certificate will, in principle, be available within three working days.
What to do?
The procedure can be carried out by submitting a request online or at the counter of the civil registry office of the place in which the partnership was registered, upon presentation of an identity document.
How to complete this procedure: online
Duration: approx. 5 min. Means of payment: PostFinance card and credit cards. Don’t forget to keep the required information handy (see paragraph above: “Which documents are required?”)
Article modifié le 13.05.2020 à 13:07