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Interpreters and translators
Sarita asks: We’re away at the moment and then the couple in question head away as we get back - so the NOIM will be getting lodged in Jan, with a day to spare. The bride is from China and all her ID is in Chinese. As long as I tell them to get the passport, (birth certificate) & drivers license/ID card interpreted by a NAATI registered interpreter - is that all ok? Just wanted to check I’m not missing anything as it’s my first time doing a marriage that will involve an interpreter.