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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.
Provides information about how the Attorney-General’s Department implements cost recovery for the regulation of marriage celebrants, reports financial and non-financial performance information and contains financial forecasts.
The Regulations allow for an exemption from the application fee where the applicant’s principal residential address is in a remote area, and there is no more than one marriage celebrant with the same postcode as the applicant’s residential address.
This fact sheet explains the requirements for the delivery of the marriage celebrancy units as part of the Certificate IV in Celebrancy.
Attorney-General’s Department and Marriage Celebrant Associations/Networks Meeting Minutes - Tuesday 5 May 2020
Minutes from the Attorney-General’s Department and Marriage Celebrant Associations/Networks Meeting on Tuesday 5 May 2020.
These instructions are for persons wishing to apply to the Registrar of Marriage Celebrants for registration as a marriage celebrant under Part IV, Division 1, Subdivision C of the Marriage Act 1961 (Cth) (Marriage Act).
Sets out a number of general principles the Registrar of Marriage Celebrants may consider when taking into account a person’s criminal history record as part of their application to become a Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrant.
All Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrants, including religious marriage celebrants, must complete five hours of OPD every calendar year (January to December) unless an exemption has been granted.
Gives Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrants guidance on issues to consider when completing Notices of Intended Marriage.
Read examples of Notice of Intended Marriage forms that have been completed using existing scenarios.
As part of your application to become a marriage celebrant, you are required to provide referee reports using this template.
As a Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrant, you must complete 5 hours of OPD every calendar year (January to December). This includes religious marriage celebrants.
Application and Informed Consent Form - Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check for Marriage Celebrants
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.
How to access and use the marriage celebrants self-service portal.
List of Marriage Celebrant Associations and Networks including contact details and website links.
You can use this form to make a complaint about a Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrant to the Registrar of Marriage Celebrants.
This report provides a summary of survey results based on the 2,203 responses received during the Marriage Celebrants Program Review survey.
Welcome to the latest edition of Marriage Celebrant Matters. This newsletter contains important information about news and events.
The portal gives you access to add ongoing professional development (OPD) activities you have completed and upload your certificate of completion.
The purpose of this public consultation is to seek the views of interested stakeholders to identify opportunities to streamline the administrative and regulatory arrangements associated with the Marriage Celebrants Program.