Same-sex couples will now be able to marry at British Consulates in 24 countries.
The ‘Consular Marriage and Marriages under Foreign Law Order 2014
’ comes into force on 3 June and means that same-sex marriages will be able to take place at British Consulates in the following countries:
This list of countries is limited because British missions are only able to provide a same-sex marriage service in countries where it is not possible for British nationals to have such a marriage under local law and where the local authorities have given permission for the missions to conduct consular marriages of same-sex couples.
Further details can be found at: www.gov.uk/marriage-abroad