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Old 07-05-2013, 03:44 AM
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I didnt need to supply my birth cert. It was going to be tricky to get it while I was still in the UK so we applied without.
I agree i didnt give the celebrant the b/c or at least i dont remember doing this lol.

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The NOIM instructions themselves say:

"Section 42 of the Marriage Act 1961 requires certain documents to be produced to the authorized celebrant before the marriage is solemnized, in particular:
(a) evidence of the date and place of birth of each party;"

They can get your birth date off your passport, of course, but not your place of birth (at least, that's not on the US passports). That may be why they require the birth certificate.

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They can get your birth date off your passport, of course, but not your place of birth (at least, that's not on the US passports). That may be why they require the birth certificate.
Ahh see my Australian passport has the place I was born as does my husbands UK passport...might explain why it wasn't necessary for us.

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Hello, I have a question in relation to pmv, but can't manage to start a new thread....for question 58 on application for 47sp, when did we commit to a shared life to the exclusion if all others, should this be the date when we started seeing each other exclusively or the date when we got engaged? Any help appreciated :-)


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[QUOTE=eireannblade;102316]Hi there, i'm feeling pity for you and will try to help you out as I find myself in similar circumstances to yourself (my fiancÚ Ozzy, myself Irish) 1stly have you had a look at booklet 1? Anyway as far as I know from what I've read on immi website as well as on this forum, the noim needs only signed by one partner, however I believe this is at the discretion of ya celebrant,even tho it states on the form that it isn't ness!


Hi I am an Aussie and I was the only one who signed the NOIM and it was okay

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Hello, I have a question in relation to pmv, but can't manage to start a new thread....for question 58 on application for 47sp, when did we commit to a shared life to the exclusion if all others, should this be the date when we started seeing each other exclusively or the date when we got engaged? Any help appreciated :-)
Just when you both decided that you wanted to get engaged that could have been even up to a year before you actually had engagement party

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