The Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300) lets migrants travel to Australia to marry their prospective spouses before applying for a Partner Visa.
Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300) holders can:
To apply for the Prospective Marriage Visa, candidates must:
No, applicants must be outside Australia when applying for the Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300) and when Australia’s Department of Home Affairs decides on the outcome of their application.
Successful Subclass 300 Visa applicants will apply for a Partner Visa to gain permanent residence. The first step is a temporary Partner Visa (Subclass 820), and the final step is an application for a permanent Partner Visa (Subclass 801).
No, it is not. The Prospective Marriage Visa is temporary visa which allows holders to travel to Australia to marry their prospective spouses, and it’s usually valid for between 9 and 15 months.
Yes, candidates can include immediate family members when lodging their visa application. Candidates can also add dependent children after lodging their visa application but before Australia decides on their visa.
Family members included in the application must:
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