NOTICE OF INTENDED MARRIAGE PORTAL
Your signed and witnessed Notice of Intended Marriage can be uploaded here.
STEP 1: The Marriage Application can be found here: www.NoticeOfIntendedMarriage.Online
STEP 2: Complete this form online and then print it out, to be signed by either party to the marriage and witnessed by a Doctor (GP), Lawyer, Justice of the Peace or Police Officer.
(NOTE: A Pharmacist is not authorised to witness a Notice of Intended Marriage Form)
STEP 3: Upload your completed, signed and witnessed Notice of Intended Marriage below.
(Note: A photo of your NOIM form & Identification is acceptable)
STEP 4: Choose your preferred marriage date.
Frequently Asked Questions:
SIGNING THE NOIM – Only one party to the marriage is required to sign the NOIM in order to lodge the forms. (I.e. If one person is not able to sign the NOIM, the other person can sign and lodge the NOIM on their behalf)
WHO CAN WITNESS THE NOIM PRIOR TO LODGEMENT – Once the form is signed by either party to the marriage – It must then be witnessed by either: A Doctor (GP), Lawyer, Justice of the Peace, Police Officer or Commonwealth Marriage Celebrant – Most couples find it easiest to have their NOIM witnessed by the Officer on Duty behind the front desk at their local Police Station.
(NOTE: The Notice of Intended Marriage cannot be witnessed by a: Dentist, Pharmacist, Nurse, Accountant, Postal Manager or any person other than is listed above)
WHO CAN MARRY IN AUSTRALIA – Anyone over the age of 18 can marry in Australia, irrespective of their nationality (or their partner’s nationality). Couples are not required to be Australian Citizens or have Permanent Residency in order to legally marry in Australia.
IDENTIFICATION – A passport is the preferred method of identification for marriages in 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)