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Marriage FAQS

Do you have a question about marriage in Australia and the statutory legal process?

If so, iCelebrant.com has compiled some of the most asked questions in this section, and provided concise professional answers to ensure you are informed before proceeding.


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Can we get married in Australia while travelling on a holiday visa
Yes, you may be married in Australia while travelling on a holiday visa. It may be advisable to complete your marriage application form prior to departing your country of origin, to give yourself maximum time to be married once you arrive

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Do we have to wait 30 days before we can be married
Yes, in most cases you will have to wait the statutory 30 days before you can be legally married, however there are some cases where you can apply for a 'shortening of time'

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What distinguishes different celebrants
The main features that distinguish different celebrants are price, character, and professional experience

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Are Civil Celebrants registered by the Marriage Registry
No, Civil Celebrants are registered by the Attorney General

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Can anyone perform a legal marriage ceremony or do I require a Civil Celebrant
Only a Civil Celebrant can perform a legal marriage ceremony

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What is the role of a Civil Celebrant
A Civil Celebrant is the only person who is legally authorised to solemnise marriages within Australia

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What is your standard fee for a complete legal marriage ceremony in Melbourne CBD and Melbourne Metropolitan
Our complete fee for Melbourne CBD and Melbourne Metropolitan is $950 (all inclusive). This includes all legal paperwork, a legal ceremony, as well as filing with Births Deaths and Marriages in Melbourne

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Why do we need to pay a deposit upon booking
You pay a deposit upon booking, in order to secure our services for your wedding date. We also have a number of legal documents to prepare, to ensure you can be legally married

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What payment methods do you offer regarding our deposit and balance
You can pay your deposit by EFT or cash (upon booking), and your balance by EFT in the the lead-up to your wedding ceremony, or cash on the day

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Is there any instance where our deposit will be refunded
The only instance where your deposit will be refunded, is if there is an inability by iCelebrant.com to perform any part of your legal marriage ceremony, where an issue was perpetrated by (and a direct result of) iCelebrant.com

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