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Old 10-17-2012, 11:18 PM
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HELP!!! NOIM Document

Hi All,

I was asked by my CO to submit my NOIM document even though I had a letter from my minister to state that he had the NOIM registered with him, which according to the IMMI documentation is a valid and apporpriate way to show this information.

So I did this and now I have been picked up on the fact that I have signed for both the bride and the bridegroom on the NOIM. The NOIM document notes on page 2 say that if it is difficult for one party to sign the NOIM, the other party may sign on their behalf as long as that party signs the NOIM prior to the marriage being solemized.

My CO either doesn't know this (which shocks me, and I did include the front pages of the NOIM which has these notes with my filled in section for her to read) or doesn't agree and now she is asking for me to get the document done again with the correct signatures.

Has anyone else had this issue and what did you do? Are IMMI allowed to enforce rules upon documents that they don't "own" for example in this case the document is owned by the department of births, deaths and marriages I think and their rules say I am able to sign on my fiance's behalf if it is difficult for me to get his signature for the document.

Obviously I don't want to enter into a fight/argue with the CO on this but why would they be making me jump through hoops when the document clearly states this is acceptable the time to get the document back to my CO is running out.

I have to say the CO has come across thus far as help, friendly and kind so I have no reason to think this is anything but her doing her job but I am confused...please help!

Mel


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Good News...my CO has accepted the document after discussin this with the supervisor.


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