Marital status certificate - Prospective marriage (Subclass 300)

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Marital status certificate - Prospective marriage (Subclass 300)


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Old 01-07-2010, 03:32 PM
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Marital status certificate - Prospective marriage (Subclass 300)

Hi all

I am a UK citizen living in Germany and am just beginning the task of pulling everything together for a prospective marriage visa application and noticed this on the list for relationship evidence - 'a certificate showing your marital status from your local government authority'. Does anyone know exactly what this is and where to obtain one from? I am guessing i would need this from the UK rather than German authorities.

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You can get it online.. check out this sites
UK Marriage Certificates > Official Government-Approved Duplicate Documents
Birth Certificates


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They are like a "I'm not already married" certificate, just to show that you're legally able to tie the knot.





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I m an oversease student. I fell in love with a girl from my country who is already with her dependent here. she is student. I want to marry her and she is very happy to do this. What should i do to marry her? what about her dependent husband? does she need to give divorce? it was oversease marriage with him.


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Onejureli, always best to start a new thread please1

But yes, if she is already married [and from overseas too] , she not only needs to be divorced and then there'll be the question of what type of visa her and her husband are on and if she was/is a secondary applicant and what a separation/divorce could mean to her legal entitlement to stay here in Australia.





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