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Are you fully registered and authorised to solemnise marriages in Australia
Yes, we are registered with the Attorney General, and fully authorised to solemnise marriaes within Ausrtalia .

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What are you particular skills
iCelebrant.com is experienced in public speaking, legal marriage conveyancing, and immigration marriages .

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Do you charge extra for consulting on Immigration related marriages
No, there is no additional charge for Immigration related marriages .

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Can I use a friend to be an Interpreter at my ceremony
No, you must use a fully registered and qualified Interpreter .

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What is a Notice of Intended Marriage
A Notice of Intended Marriage is required under Australian Marriage Law, to be completed and submitted to a Civil Celebrant, no later than 30 days prior to marriage. It is the primary document that begins the legal marriage process .

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Who can legally marry us
The only person charged with solemnising a marriage, is a registered Civil Celebrant .

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To whom do we forward our completed Notice of Intended Marriage
You can only forward your Notice of Intended Marriage to a registered Civil Celebrant .

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What proof of marriage do we receive on our wedding day
Once you are legally married, we will provide you with a fully registered Australian Government Marriage Certificate, which will serve as proof of marriage .

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How much notice do we need to give prior to being legally married in Australia
Your Notice of Intended Marriage must be received, no later than 30 days prior to your wedding ceremony .

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If we are overseas who can witness the Notice of Intended Marriage
This would normally be witnessed by someone at the Australian Embassy, most likely a Notary Public .

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What documents do we need to provide to ensure we can be legally married in Australia
You will need to provide a signed Notice of Intended Marriage, together with copies of your Passports as ID .

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Can you recommend a location for us top have our ceremony in Australia

Is it legal for Muslim Catholic Hindu and Buddhist couples to be married to each other in Australia
Yes, the Marriage Act 1961 does not discriminate between faiths or religions. It is perfectly legal for interfaith couples to be married .

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Can we be married in Australia if we are unable to speak English
Yes, however you will require a legally registered Interpreter .

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Can you recommend an Interpreter if we require one for our marriage
Yes, I can recommend a legally registered interpreter .

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Can a Hindu legally marry a Muslim in Australia
Yes, it is perfectly legal for couples of varying faiths to be legally married in Australia .

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Will our interfaith marriage in Australia be legally recognised in our home country
It depends. For example, Indonesia will recognise a marriage between a Buddhist and a Muslim, but only if the marriage is solmenised overseas (outside Indonesia) .

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Can people of any race be legally married in Australia

Will our marriage in Australia be legally recognised in our home country
It depends on your country of origin. Australian marriages are generally recognised internationally .

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Can we be legally married in Australia if we are of different faiths
Yes, Australia does not discriminate when it comes to marriages of faith. It is very common in Australia, for interfaith couples to be married .

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