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Old 08-07-2012, 05:09 AM
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Submit NOIM after or Before PMV lodgement

Hi friends,

Is the NOIM meant to be lodged together with the PMV or after the PMV is processed?? please anyone clearify me on this..I am finalising all my visa documents and wondering whether this should be done or not ?

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Yes its one of the most important document you have to lodge with your application if you are applying for prospective marriage visa. The important of this is to ensure the immigration that you are coming to australia to marry your sponsor and live in a geninue relationship. Cheers

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Hello Dorcas, I agree with Realman2011,NOIM is the most important document to put together when u lodge your PMV..This is to proof to the embassy that u really intent to marry your fiance when u got in australia.



Thanks God bless us all for the visa.
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Yes its one of the most important document you have to lodge with your application if you are applying for prospective marriage visa. The important of this is to ensure the immigration that you are coming to australia to marry your sponsor and live in a geninue relationship. Cheers
Thanks Realman,

however i was just juggling with the statement in the migration booklet as copy and paste below;

' If you intend to marry in Australia after you have been granted a Prospective Marriage visa, a NOIM must be completed and provided to the person who will marry you (the authorised marriage celebrant) at least 1 month and 1 day, but no more than 18 months, before your preferred date of marriage.You should contact the Registry of Births, Death and Marriages in the state or territory where you intend to marry to enquire about the processing lodging a NOIM'

so this indicates to me that after the PMV has been processed,my fiance will fill the NOIM...Confusing !!


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Thanks Realman,

however i was just juggling with the statement in the migration booklet as copy and paste below;

' If you intend to marry in Australia after you have been granted a Prospective Marriage visa, a NOIM must be completed and provided to the person who will marry you (the authorised marriage celebrant) at least 1 month and 1 day, but no more than 18 months, before your preferred date of marriage.You should contact the Registry of Births, Death and Marriages in the state or territory where you intend to marry to enquire about the processing lodging a NOIM'

so this indicates to me that after the PMV has been processed,my fiance will fill the NOIM...Confusing !!
Hi Dorcas, some clarifications regarding NOIM: The document needs to be signed by both parties in presence of an authorized witness (e.g. marriage celebrant). In our case, this is not possible since my fiancee is in Australia and i'm here in the Philippines (thus no NOIM in our application). Instead, I just requested a letter from our celebrant stating that we've already booked a schedule for our wedding. This should serve for PMV application. Once PMV is approved and I'm already in Australia, we still need to file for NOIM before our ceremony.


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Thanks real man,allan and wishful...Its clear now...thanks again and blessings !!!


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Hi Dorcas, some clarifications regarding NOIM: The document needs to be signed by both parties in presence of an authorized witness (e.g. marriage celebrant). In our case, this is not possible since my fiancee is in Australia and i'm here in the Philippines (thus no NOIM in our application). Instead, I just requested a letter from our celebrant stating that we've already booked a schedule for our wedding. This should serve for PMV application. Once PMV is approved and I'm already in Australia, we still need to file for NOIM before our ceremony.
Hi wishful,
Am in the same situation as yours. Am in africa and she is in Australia. When lodging our applications in February this year we also put in the letter from our celebrant stating that she was going to solemnize our wedding. But when asking for further documents the CO also asked for the NOIM.
But in the process talking to our celebrant.


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Hi Docas, just wanna say that a letter from the celebrant will do accoerding to the others. Thanks


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Hi Dorcas, some clarifications regarding NOIM: The document needs to be signed by both parties in presence of an authorized witness (e.g. marriage celebrant). In our case, this is not possible since my fiancee is in Australia and i'm here in the Philippines (thus no NOIM in our application). Instead, I just requested a letter from our celebrant stating that we've already booked a schedule for our wedding. This should serve for PMV application. Once PMV is approved and I'm already in Australia, we still need to file for NOIM before our ceremony.
Hi wishful,im on the same situation as your im here in the phil.and my fiance is in australia he file the NOIM and also ask letter from the person who will soleminize our wedding after if my visa will grant,we will get married in australia.

Cheers, god bless us all and our visa will be grant..


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