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How do you handle sensitive information such as Passport and Birth Certificates
We are required to handle all private documentation in conjunction with the Privacy Act 1988 .

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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 ID do I need to provide in order to prove my identity
You may provide either a Passport, or a Birth Certificate with an additional form of photo ID, such as a drivers licence .

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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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Can you look after the entire marriage process for us
Yes, we can definitely look after your entire marriage process, from the receipt of your Notice of Intended Marriage, to the provision of your Government Marriage Certificate .

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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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Are there any other documents we will receive once we are married
Yes, once your papers are submitted to BDM (Birth Deaths and Marriages) after your wedding day, your marriage will be registered on the State Database, after which time you will be eligible to apply for your 'Official Marriage Certificate'. .

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