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Can you recommend an Interpreter if we require one for our marriage
Can you recommend an Interpreter if we require one for our marriage?

Yes, I can recommend a legally registered interpreter

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How far in advance do we need to book if we decide to use your service
Most funerals have a very short lead-time, so we generally only require 1 - 5 days notice.

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

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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 meant by a Shortening of Time
A Shortening of Time is used to get around the normal 30 day mandatory waiting period prior to marriage. In order to be approved for a Shortening of Time, you need to be assessed on a range of criteria relating to travel, employment, and health.

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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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What papers do I need if I have been married previously
You will need require a Decree Absolute from the Federal Magistrates Court (Family Court), unless you were divorced overseas, in which case you will need to provide evidence from a legal court .

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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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