No, applications are only accepted in person at Service Tasmania, by mail or by fax. Refer to how to apply for a certificate.
Given name, surname and a defined search period must be specified prior to any search being undertaken. Issue searches (where an applicant is trying to identify any child/ren born to an individual) cannot be conducted by Registry staff, as only a limited number of records have been computerised.
If you have been waiting longer than 10 working days for the certificate you ordered, you will need to check with your local Post Office to investigate whether there has been a problem with delivery.
If they have no relevant information, please contact the Registry to confirm the date the certificate was sent and the mailing address.
An application for an Australian passport must be made through the Passports Office or via any official Post Office.
You will need to select either a religious or civil celebrant to conduct the ceremony. You will find a list of Authorised Celebrants on the Attorney General's website at www.ag.gov.au/celebrants
You will need to lodge a "Notice of Intended Marriage" form with the proposed celebrant at least one calendar month before the date of the ceremony.
An official certificate of birth showing date and place of birth of both parties must be produced along with evidence of the termination of any previous marriage if applicable.
Contact the consul or embassy of the country in which you want to get married and ask their advice, as the requirements differ. Ensure that you retain documentary evidence of the marriage.
In most cases, overseas marriages will be recognised, but there are exceptions. Please contact the Attorney General's Department, Canberra for advice.
Contact the Court Registry where you received your divorce.
Yes, a married woman is entitled to revert to her maiden name at any time. If seeking official recognition it may be necessary to register a change of name.
Please contact Centrelink