The prospective marriage 300 visa is granted to people who are engaged and want to get married to an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
The visa allows applicant to stay in Australia for 9 months and apply for the Partner (subclass 820 and 801) visa within that period.
Being a prospective marriage 300 visa holder, you can:
- Visit or stay in Australia till the time visa is valid
- Study (at own expenses) and work in Australia
- Travel outside Australia for infinite times
New Zealand passport holders must inform immigration officer if they have a valid Prospective Marriage visa. Otherwise the officers may grant a subclass 444 visa, which affects the aspects of partner visa application in the long run.
For Visa Applicants
- You must be 18 years old or more
- You must be outside of Australia at the time of lodging an application and when the visa is granted
- You must meet the relationship criteria
- You must be sponsored by your fiancé/fiancee
- You must meet health and character requirements
- You must repay or have arrangements to repay the outstanding debts to the Australian Government
- You must be the fiancé of visa applicant
- You must not hold or have held certain visas
As a sponsor, you must also take the responsibility for:
- The money that your fiancé owes the Australian Government
- Your fiancé's obligations to their employment in Australia
- Your fiancé’s compliance with the conditions of the visa
You can include dependent children or stepchildren in your application. Your family members can have the same rights and visa conditions that are applicable to you once they are granted this visa.
Contact Aussizz Group today and get a detailed assessment of your eligibility for prospective marriage visa. Our expert immigration consultants will leave no stone unturned to help you marry your loved one.