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What is the minimum criteria for a Prospective Marriage Visa?
In order to meet certain criteria, your fiance must be, An Australian citizen, An Australian permanent resident, An eligible New Zealand citizen
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When can my children begin using my new married name?
Your childrens names are legally the name that is printed on their birth certificates, however they can use your married name through association or usage
Do I automatically become an Australian Citizen once I am married?
No. If you want to become a permanent resident in Australia, you will need to apply for a permanent visa
Can my partner and I legally hyphenate our names to create a new name?
Yes, however you will need to complete a 'Change of Name Certificate 'to make your new name legal
Do the witnesses at my wedding ceremony need to be Australian Citizens?
No, as long as they are a minimum of 18 years of age
What do I do if I have lost my Birth Certificate?
You need to apply for a new one from the office of Births, Deaths and Marriages in the state of your birth
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Why do some Celebrants have the word Civil in front of their title?
Civil Celebrants work on behalf of the Attorney General's office. The word 'Civil' simply relates to 'ordinary citizens' and their concerns (as distinct from military or non-secular issues)
What is the symbolism of the Dove Release?
The symbol of releasing doves during a ceremony signifies a new beginning.The release of doves during a marriage ceremony is a spectacular and memorable event, adding a dimension to the ceremony that is almost unrivalled
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