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The celebrant’s role in three uncommon situations

The celebrant’s role in three uncommon situations

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The celebrant’s role in three uncommon situations (2 hours)

Occasionally marriage celebrants come across situations that are not familiar to them because they’re simply not very common: 

  • A couple may ask for their assistance and advice about a shortening of time application
  • A couple may ask for their support in applying for a Prospective Marriage Visa
  • They may need to transfer a marriage to another celebrant or receive a transferred marriage from another celebrant.

This topic will provide participants with some contextual information and step-by-step instructions on what to do in each of these situations, and provide an opportunity for celebrants to share their own experiences in these areas.

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