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How long is a standard funeral service
A standard funeral service is around 25 minutes in duration .

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Who is the owner of iCelebrant
The owner is Tim P Manger CMC, Melbourne Civil Marriage Celebrant .

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How long before the ceremony will the celebrant arrive
The celebrant is required to arrive about 20 minutes prior to the ceremony .

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Do we have to memorise anything for our ceremony
No, you simply follow the celebrant's cue .

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Can we have our ceremony anywhere
Almost. You may have your ceremony at any location where it is permissible. That may include parks, gardens, private residences, or beaches .

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How long is a standard ceremony
A standard ceremony varies in length, between 15 mins - 30 mins in duration .

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Do you charge for travel
Only where the travel involves long distances (generally more than 200km), and air travel .

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What is your fee for a standard wedding ceremony including legal conveyancing
At iCelebrant.com, we charge $950 for a standard ceremony, which includes an initial meeting, plus all legal conveyancing .

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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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Can I scan and send a copy of my Notice of Intended Marriage
Yes, you may send a scan copy, however ensure that you keep the original, which will need to be collected by your Civil Celebrant at a later date .

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How far in advance of my wedding can I complete the Notice of Intended Marriage
You may complete the Notice of Intended Marriage up to 18 months prior to your wedding ceremony, and no later than 30 days prior .

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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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Can we Skype you prior to booking your celebrant service
Yes, I am available to Skype .

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

How long can my partner stay in Australia on a Provisional Partner Visa
Your partner may stay for 2 years, once the Visa is granted, after which time you will be issued with a Permanent Partner Visa .

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Can other celebrants join iCelebrant
Yes, however all celebrants have to be interviewed and accepted as an iCelebrant.com approved celebrant .

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Is there any fee for celebrants to join iCelebrant
Yes, there is an annual $99 fee to become an iCelebrant.com approved celebrant .

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