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How many weddings have you performed
iCelebrant.com has performed thousands of weddings over many years .

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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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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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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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Do we both have to sign the Notice of Intended Marriage
No, only one signature is required, the other can be obtained prior to marriage, on the day of the wedding .

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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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How does payment work as an iCelebrant member
As an iCelebrant.com member, you will pay an annual fee of $99, and then a further 25% commission for every wedding and marriage job that derives from iCelebrant.com .

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What is the purpose of the document titled No Impediment to Marriage
The No Impediment to Marriage document, is a declaration made by the wedding couple prior to marriage. There are specific items that must be declared .

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What does the VMMR do
The VMMR ('Victorian Mobile Marriage Registry') is similar to iCelebrant.com, with a focus on delivering high quality legal and ceremonial marriage services to both local and international wedding couples .

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Do we have to pay your full fee up front
No, you are only required to pay a 50% holding deposit .

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When is our final balance due
Your final balance is due in the week leading up to your wedding day .

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What happens to our deposit if we cancel our wedding
If you cancel your ceremony, you forfeit your deposit .

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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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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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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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