Are you applying for a Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300)?
(As a Marriage Celebrant I can not provide help or advice with your Visa application)
If you are applying for a visa you may be asked to lodge your Notice of Intended Marriage with a Marriage Celebrant and receive a letter from them confirming your proposed marriage date.
But the problem is you can not book a date because you don't know when the visa will come though.
We can help with a Lodgement Voucher.
Buy a Lodgement Voucher $110
How it works
- Buy a Lodgement Voucher, and you will immediately be guided through to complete your Notice of Intended Marriage form (NoIM).
- Complete the NoIM online and email it back to email@example.com
- Once received, we will lodge your NoIM and email you back, with a letter confirming this, along with confirmation of the marriage date you proposed. You should receive this letter the same business day.
Then when your visa is approved, you can then book and pay for your ceremony, though the normal booking process - Book Now. (You can even book with another Celebrant and we will transfer your Notice to them.)
Terms and Conditions
Lodgement Vouchers are valid for up to 12 months. During this time you must book your ceremony - however, your ceremony can be held up to 6 months after the Lodgement Voucher has expired.
The fee includes;
- Lodgement of the NoIM
- Letter for Immigration. This can include an updated letter reflecting a change in proposed ceremony date (max of one update - additional letters charged at $50 each)
The fee is non refundable
The fee DOES NOT include the cost of your ceremony. Once you are ready to confirm a date for your ceremony, you can book online or call us. The standard booking fee is payable.