Lodgement of Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM)
In accordance with Section 42 of the Marriage Act 1961 if you want to legally get married in Australia, you must lodge the Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM) at least one month but no more than 18 months before your wedding date.
Please download and complete page 3 of the following attached Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM) and bring it with you together with all other required documents when you attend the scheduled appointment with Melbourne Marriage Registration Centre located at Suite 301/620 Collins St MELBOURNE VIC 3000:
Marriage Registration, Wedding Ceremony and Special Occasion Celebration
1. Marriage Registration.
2. Simple Wedding Ceremony.
3. Customized Wedding Ceremony.
4. English and Mandarin Bilingual Wedding Ceremony.
5. English and Cantonese Bilingual Wedding Ceremony.
6. Chinese Wedding Tea Ceremony.
7. Baby Naming Ceremony.
8. Renew of Vows Ceremony.
9. Gay and Lesbian Commitment Ceremony.
10. Wedding Plan.
11. Australian Ancestor's Special Blessing.
Partner (Spouse, De Facto, Same Sex, Prospective Marriage) Visa Application & Refusal Tribunal Appeal
If you have any difficulties or puzzles with your partner (spouse, de facto, same sex, prospective marriage) visa application, or your partner visa application has been refused by the Australian Department of Immigration & Border Protection, you should consider contacting the Australian top partner (spouse, de facto, same sex, prospective marriage) visa specialist Mr. Henry Qian from Victoria Migration Service Centre immediately by visiting Victoria Migration Service Centre’s official website http://www.MigrationService.com.au and to make an appointment to see Mr. Henry Qian who specializes in all type of partner visa application processes as well as highly complex partner visa application refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) cases.