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Old 03-17-2010, 11:18 AM
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Question Intention of marriage form- certifying signatures

(b) if a party signs the notice outside Australia - an Australian Diplomatic Officer, an Australian Consular Officer, an employee of
the Commonwealth authorized under paragraph 3 (c) of the Consular Fees Act 1955, an employee of the Australian Trade
Commission authorized under paragraph 3 (d) of the Consular Fees Act 1955 or a notary public.

This is what it says on the form. I will be signing my form outside Australia so does this mean that I have to go to the London Australian embassy or can I get a police officer say to certify the form?

It's one thing after another! This better be worth it!

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(b) if a party signs the notice outside Australia - an Australian Diplomatic Officer, an Australian Consular Officer, an employee of
the Commonwealth authorized under paragraph 3 (c) of the Consular Fees Act 1955, an employee of the Australian Trade
Commission authorized under paragraph 3 (d) of the Consular Fees Act 1955 or a notary public.

This is what it says on the form. I will be signing my form outside Australia so does this mean that I have to go to the London Australian embassy or can I get a police officer say to certify the form?

It's one thing after another! This better be worth it!

Help! :-)
We can use police officers here in Australia to certify forms but from what you've found there, it would seem it'll need to be either someone at Australia House [ they may have a desk there for it ] or if that means a lengthy trip for you, a notary public is a generic term for " anyone authorised by a government to witness/certify signings and document copies " etc. , that being the wording I've seen used in other Immi info sections re witnessing/certifying.





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Australian Embassy website for UK has list of who can certify documents here
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