In the state of New South Wales (NSW) in Australia a marriage certificate is an important legal document that shows you have been officially married. A marriage certificate NSW is an official copy of the details registered in the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages and can be used to establish a person’s identity.
You can apply for a marriage certificate that occurred in NSW by post, online or attending in person at a service centre. You’ll need identifying information for both yourself and your partner as well details of when the marriage occurred. If getting a marriage certificate for someone else you will need to show permission from them to do this. You will also be required to pay a fee for the certificate. When your application has been successfully processed a certificate will be sent to you by registered post; you can also pick it up from the service centre.