Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300)

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Australian Fiance Visa - Prospective Marriage (Subclass 300) Visa

The Prospective Marriage (Subclass 300) visa is often called “Australian fiancé visa”. This visa allows the applicant to come to Australia to marry his/her fiancé. If the applicant is granted this prospective marriage visa, the applicant should marry your fiancé and apply for a Partner (subclasses 820 and 801) visa before his/her Prospective Marriage visa (subclass 300) expires.

Eligibility for Prospective Marriage (Subclass 300) Visa

The applicant must:

  • be at least 18 years of age
  • have a genuine relationship and intend to marry
  • have met in person and know your prospective spouse personally
  • partner can be opposite sex or same-sex

 

The applicant must be applicant must be outside Australia when the visa is granted.

Prospective Marriage subclass 300 visa

TEMPORARY 300 VISA

The applicant can stay in Australia for up to 9 months from date of grant of visa. The visa period starts on the date it is granted.

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WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH 300 VISA

The applicant can work in Australia, study in Australia at his/her own expense and enter Australia as many ans he/she can.

300 Visa Requirements

Fiance Visa Requirements:

  • Intention to marry an eligible sponsor (an Australian or permanent resident or Eligible NZ citizen)
  • Applicant is sponsored by a Prospective Spouse
  • Sponsor and applicant have met in person and are known to one another
  • Genuine intent to marry within prescribed time
  • Intention to live together as partners/spouses
Prospective Marriage subclass 300 visa

Who CANNOT sponsor

The prospective spouse is prohibited from being a sponsor if the prospective spouse is a woman who was granted a Subclass 204 (Woman at Risk) visa within the 5 years immediately preceding the application; and on the date of grant of that visa the applicant was a former spouse or former de facto partner of that woman, having been divorced or permanently separated from that woman; or the applicant was the spouse or de facto partner of that woman and that relationship had not been declared to Immigration.

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