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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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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 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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