The 300 Prospective Marriage Visa allows your prospective spouse to come to Australia and then apply for a Partner Visa (Subclass 801 and 820) after your marriage. This visa is open to all applicants aged 18 and above. It grants your offshore prospective spouse permission to reside in Australia for 9 months to which they can work or study but must marry within the given period or before the visa expires. This visa application also requires the onshore Australian-citizen to apply for a sponsorship nomination to complete the application of the prospective spouse outside the country. Get in touch with our registered migration agents through our Pre-Visa Assessment to find out if you and your partner are eligible for a 300 Prospective Marriage Visa. Otherwise, please feel free to contact us on 08 9221 3388 or at email@example.com.
To qualify for the 300 Prospective Marriage Visa application, an applicant must meet these requirements:
To qualify for the 300 Prospective Marriage Visa application, a sponsor must meet these requirements:
Prospective Spouse to an Australian Citizen
The 300 Prospective Marriage Visa is a temporary visa that grants you to stay in Australia and marry your partner between 9 and 15 months from the visa grant date. Applicants must be outside Australia when applying for this visa. All applicants which visa have been denied previously or cancelled while in Australia, may not be eligible for this 300 Prospective Marriage Visa application.
All applications must include medical examinations to pass the health requirements mandated by the government. You also need to apply and then pass the character test to be meet the character requirements stated by the Australian Government. Other requirements may include health certificates, police certificates and biometrics of all applicants.
Australian Citizen Wanting to Sponsor Non-Australian Prospective Spouse
The Australian citizen must submit all sponsorship documents to complete the 300 Prospective Marriage Visa application of their non-Australia prospective spouse. Sponsors can either be in or outside Australia when submitting sponsorship documents.
All Sponsors must pass the character test and meet the character requirements stated by the government to successfully be granted sponsorship. You may be required to submit a police certificate as well as your biometric records.
Our Registered Migration Agents servicing Perth, Melbourne and Sydney can:
Interstaff has assisted couples with their visa application and sponsorship nomination requirements and obligations for over 30 years. Individuals interested in applying for a 300 Prospective Marriage Visa in Australia are encouraged to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 9221 3388 to discuss visa application requirements.
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