Once you have gained relevant qualifications and competencies and you meet other accreditation criteria, you can apply for accreditation.
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Under Paragraph 73(5) of the Marriage Regulations 2017, an authorised marriage celebrant must keep a record for each Form 15 marriage certificate they use.
As part of your application to become a marriage celebrant, you are required to provide referee reports using this template.
A criminal history check is conducted with your informed consent to determine your suitability for employment, a position of trust or as required by legislation. It contains your personal information, and any relevant police information about you, according to the purpose of your criminal history check.
You can use this form to make a complaint about a Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrant to the Registrar of Marriage Celebrants.
Combined Declaration of no legal impediment to marriage and Official certificate of marriage form.
You can resign as a marriage celebrant using the self-service portal, or complete this form and email it to us.
Section 42 of the Marriage Act 1961 (the Act) requires that a marriage shall not be solemnised unless a notice in writing of the intended marriage (this form) is given to the authorised celebrant solemnising the marriage.
Declaration for Registered Training Operators (RTOs) with the Certificate IV in Celebrancy to report the completion of units by marriage celebrants to count as ongoing professional development.
Please read this Guide carefully before completing the Application Form for the Agreement between the Government of Australia and the Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt regarding Cooperation on Protecting the Welfare of Children.
The Agreement establishes a framework between the governments of Australia and Egypt to assist parents of either country to resolve disputes across international borders concerning their children.
Please read this Guide carefully before completing the Application Form for the Agreement between Australia and the Republic of Lebanon regarding Cooperation on Protecting the Welfare of Children.
Use this form if you are named in a Hague Convention child abduction case, and you decide to oppose the application and do not want the child to return to their home country.
If you believe your child has been wrongfully removed from Australia or wrongfully retained overseas in a Hague Convention country without your consent, you can apply for the return of your child.
Use this form if you are seeking access to a child in a country that is a member of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.
Use this form if you have received a Hague Convention child access application, and you do not want the person to have access to the child, or want to propose different access.