NOIM information

  • In order to get married in Australia you and your partner must sign a “Notice of Intended Marriage” at least one month prior to your wedding date. 

  • I will supply you with this form and help you complete it at our next meeting. 

  • To assist with the process, please complete the following tables for both parties to the marriage.

  • I will also need to sight some IDat this meeting – either your passport or birth certificate and driver’s licence. If you have been previously married – I will also need to sight your most recent divorce orderor death certificate.

Include middle name (if any)
Description
Sex
(‘X’ refers to indeterminate/intersex/unspecified)
include postcode
Conjugal Status
(same as what is listed on your passport/birth certificate) If born outside of Australia, what is the period of residence in Australia?
1. Father’s current full name (include any middle names) 2. Country of birth 3. Is your father still with us?
1. Mother’s full current name (include any middle names) 2. Mother's maiden name 3. Country of birth 4. Is your mother still with us?
If you have been previously married: 1. Number of previous marriages 2. Year of each previous marriage 3. Number of children to previous marriages & their year of birth 4. How the most recent marriage ended (death, divorce or nullity) 5. Date on which last spouse died, or date on which the marriage became final
Include middle name (if any)
Description
Sex
(‘X’ refers to indeterminate/intersex/unspecified)
include postcode
Conjugal Status
(same as what is listed on your passport/birth certificate) If born outside of Australia, what is the period of residence in Australia?
1. Father’s current full name (include any middle names) 2. Country of birth 3. Is your father still with us?
1. Mother’s full current name (include any middle names) 2. Mother's maiden name 3. Country of birth 4. Is your mother still with us?
If you have been previously married: 1. Number of previous marriages 2. Year of each previous marriage 3. Number of children to previous marriages & their year of birth 4. How the most recent marriage ended (death, divorce or nullity) 5. Date on which last spouse died, or date on which the marriage became final