In Germany, the Civil Registry Office (Standesamt) is responsible for registering marriages. You can find and directly contact a Civil Registry Office near where you and/or your partner live.
Can I get married in German Embassy?
Consular officials at German missions (Embassies and Consulates-General) no longer solemnize marriages. If, exceptionally, it is not possible to get married in any particular country, you can of course get married in Germany in any registry office, provided at least one of you has German nationality.
Can I go to Germany to see my boyfriend?
The Ministry of Interior still points out that those planning to travel to Germany for visiting their partner must register digitally first. Upon arrival, everyone is obliged to respect the corresponding entry requirements as quarantine or testing. Germany first opened its borders for binational couples on August 10.
What documents do I need to get married in Germany?
Both partners will most likely need:A valid passport.An official birth certificate.Proof of a minimum of 21 days of continuous residence in Germany (this can be a Meldebescheinigung issued by the local Anmeldeamt)Proof of being single (Ledigkeitsbescheinigung)More items