Report of Marriage
- Duly-accomplished Report of Marriage application form
- Certified true copies of the following documents,
- Marriage record/ marriage certificate issued by the Civil Registrar or Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages of the state/ territory where the marriage took place
- Birth record/ birth certificate of the Filipino spouse
- Copy of wife's passport data page
- Copy of husband's passport data page or other form of identification, i.e., driver's license
- For ANNULLED FILIPINO SPOUSE, kindly submit certified true copies of Marriage Contract issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) with proper annotation and/ or Court Order effecting the annulment
- For DIVORCED FILIPINO SPOUSE, submit certified true copies of Philippine Court recognition of foreign divorce decree and/ or NSO Marriage Contract with the annotation of the Divorce Decree
- For widows/ widowers, death certificate of the deceased spouse. (If spouse died in the Philippines, the certified true copy of the NSO- authenticated copy must be submitted.)
- Processing fee of AUD 45 (in the form of a postal money order or bank cheque made payable to the Philippine Embassy. If paying by credit card, please provide the credit card name, number and its expiry date)
- A self-addressed, pre-paid express return envelope
- Please provide your contact details and email address in case the Embassy needs to communicate with you regarding your application
If reporting 1 year after the marriage date, an Affidavit or a Statutory Declaration for the Delayed Registration of Marriage must be submitted in addition to the above-mentioned requirements. Affidavit of Late Registration of Marriage
The Affidavit/Statutory Declaration must contain the following details:
- Name of contracting parties
- Dates and places of birth of contracting parties
- Date and Place of Marriage
- Reason for not registering within 1 year after the marriage
Submission of requirements:
- In person at the Philippine Embassy in Canberra, 1 Moonah Place, Yarralumla ACT 2600 (no need for appointment)
- By mail. If the report will be submitted to the Embassy through mail, the form should be subscribed and sworn to by the Justice of Peace or the notary public under item number 20 of the Report of Marriage.
The Embassy assumes no responsibility for any loss or damage through the mail or courier service.
All documents are to be submitted in quadruplicate. Other documents such as proof of Philippine citizenship might be required when deemed necessary.