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Your signed and witnessed Notice of Intended Marriage can be uploaded here. 

STEP 1: The Marriage Application can be found here: www.NoticeOfIntendedMarriage.Online
Complete this form online and print it out, to be signed by either party to the marriage and witnessed by a Doctor, Lawyer, Justice of the Peace or Police Officer

STEP 2: Upload your completed, signed and witnessed Notice of Intended Marriage below.

STEP 3: Choose your preferred marriage date.

SIGNING THE NOIM – Only one party to the marriage needs to sign the NOIM in order to lodge the forms.

WHO CAN MARRY IN AUSTRALIA – Anyone over the age of 18 can marry in Australia, irrespective of their nationality (or their partners nationality). Couples are not required to be Australian Citizens or have Permanent Residency in order to legal marry in Australia.

IDENTIFICATION – A passport is the prefered method of identification for marriages is Australia. If you are able to provide an Australian or Foreign passport, you will NOT require any other identification. (If a passport is not available, an original Birth Certificate can also be used as identification)

WITNESSING THE NOIM – The form is to be signed by one or both parties to the marriage and witnessed by a Doctor, Lawyer, Justice of the Peace or Police Officer

Upload Your Notice of Intended Marriage

  • Contact Information

  • Date Format: DD dash MM dash YYYY
    Note: There is a mandatory one month notice period for all marriages in Australia. Preferred Marriage Date must be at least one month from today.
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  • Notice of Intended Marriage Upload

  • Identification Upload

    Please submit EITHER a Passport OR Birth Certificate & Photo ID
  • Party 1
  • Party 2
  • OR
  • OR
  • AND
  • AND
  • Evident of termination of previous marriage upload (if previously married)

  • Proof of termination
  • Proof of termination
  • Additional Comments

  • Payment Information

  • Price: $ 385.00
  • Loading your NOIM and ID may take a few minutes. Do not press submit more than once, or the bank's merchant facility may charge your credit card again.
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