We'll ask you for the following information during the application process:
1. Details of the people on the certificate
As a minimum, for each person, we ask for:
- Given name and family name
- Date and place of birth.
2. The original certificate
We ask you to return the original marriage certificate before we can issue a corrected version.
If you return the original certificate, the replacement is free. (You may need to pay postage and handling charges.)
If you don't return the original, you will need to:
Learn more about how to digitise and upload documents.
3. Evidence to support the correction
The evidence we ask for depends on the correction you want to make.
For documents in a language other than English, provide an English translation by a qualified translator. Learn more about translated documents.
4. Proof of your identity
One of the easiest ways to prove your identity is by presenting your driver licence (if it confirms your residential address) and your Passport.
Alternatively, there are other ways to prove your identity.