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Prospective Marriage visa 300 (Partner)

Setting the Stage for a New Chapter

Your Path with Prospective Marriage Visa Subclass 300

Are you dreaming of marrying your beloved in Australia but separated by continents? The Prospective Marriage Visa Subclass 300, often called the “fiance visa,” is a gateway that allows individuals who are engaged to an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen to enter Australia and marry their partner. With years of experience and expertise, our commitment is to simplify the complex journey of securing your Prospective Marriage Visa, serving as the initial phase towards your path to a permanent visa application. Ensuring all your criteria are met, we will guide you through the essential aspects of the process.
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Eligibility and Requirements for Subclass Visa 300 in 2024

For prospective applicants, a thorough understanding of the requirements for Partner Visa 300 will pave the way for a smoother and more successful application process. Here are the lists of 2024 eligibility requirements:

  • You must be outside Australia when you apply for this visa.
  • Both you and your prospective partner must be at least 18 years old.
  • Marriage must be intended within nine months of the visa grant between you and your prospective spouse specified in your visa.
  • You must meet the relationship requirements, which typically involve providing evidence of a genuine commitment to marrying your prospective spouse.
  • You must be sponsored by your fiancé(e), who is a qualified New Zealand or Australian citizen or permanent resident.
  • Any outstanding debts to the Australian Government must be repaid by your fiancé(e).
  • Your partner must not currently hold or have held certain visas, as some visa holders are ineligible to sponsor a Prospective Marriage Visa applicant.
  • You must meet health and character requirements established by the Australian Department of Home Affairs.
A Simple Path

Our Partner Visa 300 Services

Simplifying the complex visa application process, our partner visa service offers invaluable expertise to ensure a positive and successful visa decision.

Visa Assessment and
Eligibility Check

Our team will conduct a comprehensive assessment to ascertain your eligibility by meticulously evaluating your situation, qualifications, background and circumstances, ensuring that you meet all the required criteria.

Document Preparation and

Our team will support you in collecting and structuring all the necessary documents for your visa application. We will meticulously review your documents, focusing on precision and thoroughness to enhance the probability of a successful application.

Relationship Evidence

We will take responsibility for ensuring the accurate completion of all forms, the payment of application fees, and the timely submission of your visa application, including any additional requests or inquiries from authorities.

Application Lodgment and

We specialise in managing and lodging your application accurately via ImmiAccount, ensuring a seamless process from start to finish. Our highly skilled team will handle all paperwork, lodgment procedures, and deadlines and meticulously monitor the progress of your application.

Liaison with Immigration

Handling all communication on your behalf, our team will expedite responses and uphold transparency throughout the processing of your application, addressing any necessary inquiries or clarifications during the process.

Visa Decision and

We will provide ongoing updates regarding the progress of your visa submission, communicate the decision, offer guidance on the next steps and provide additional assistance and counsel in the event of a visa refusal.

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Begin your Prospective Marriage Visa Application Process

Driven by a commitment to simplify the process and enhance your application process, our immigration expertise is dedicated to delivering personalised service. We will offer comprehensive guidance on necessary documentation, actively assist with your application submission and ensure a seamless path as you prepare to marry your Australian partner.

Furthermore, we will streamline the process by keeping you informed of any changes, helping you navigate potential challenges and offering timely updates on your partner visa application status. While you savour the anticipation of your upcoming marriage, we manage the complexities of the Subclass 300 Prospective Marriage Visa application process, offering you peace of mind as we work together to make your dreams a reality.

Navigate the Unknown 

Common Concerns about Partner Visa Subclass 300 Answered

The Subclass Visa 300, a temporary visa also known as the Prospective Marriage Visa, allows you to enter Australia temporarily to marry your prospective partner who is an Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen. It is typically the first step towards obtaining a Partner Visa for permanent residency.

To be eligible for partner visa 300, you need to be engaged to an Australian permanent resident or citizen, or New Zealand citizen, both parties being at least 18 years old, intending to marry within nine months of the visa grant, meeting health and character requirements, and fulfilling other relationship-related requirements.

The main requirements for the 300 Prospective Marriage Visa in Australia include being outside Australia at the time of application and visa decision. Additionally, you also need to meet character and health requirements and have personally met and know your prospective spouse. You must also provide evidence of a genuine intention to marry and evidence of your relationship with your prospective spouse.

Certainly, while your application for the Prospective Marriage Visa 300 is being processed, you can generally plan a visit to your partner or prospective spouse in Australia using other visa options, such as a tourist visa, provided that you meet the requirements for that specific visa category. However, it’s crucial to ensure that you do not overstay your visa or engage in activities that are not allowed under your temporary visa since doing so could have a negative impact on your visa application or future immigration prospects.

According to the Department of Home Affairs, the application fee for a Partner Visa 300 is AUD 8,850. Additionally, there is an Additional Applicant Charge of AUD 4,430 for applicants aged 18 and over and an Additional Applicant Charge of AUD 2,215 for applicants under 18.

The processing time for a Partner Visa 300 application in Australia can vary due to factors like application volume, individual situations, and document submission timeliness. On average, visa processing times typically range from 14 to 43 months. Nevertheless, it’s essential to verify the current processing times from the official Department of Home Affairs website or consult with a migration agent, as these timelines are subject to change.

The Prospective Marriage visa 300 subclass is typically valid for nine months from the date of grant. During this period, you are expected to travel to Australia, marry your Australian partner, and then apply for an onshore partner visa to continue your stay in Australia. If you do not marry your prospective spouse before the visa expires, you will need to leave Australia unless you have obtained another valid visa to stay.

If the 300 subclass (Prospective Marriage Visa) is granted, it allows you, as the visa holder, to come to Australia to marry your prospective spouse within the validity period of the visa, which is typically nine months from the date of grant. Once you have moved to Australia and married your prospective spouse as planned, you can then apply for a partner visa (Subclass 820 and Subclass 801) to continue your stay in Australia.

If your subclass visa 300 application is rejected, you will receive a formal notice from the Australian Department of Home Affairs explaining the refusal reasons. Depending on your situation, you may have the option to appeal by submitting an appeal to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) within a specific timeframe. The AAT will review your case, considering any new information or evidence you provide. Alternatively, in some cases, you can address the refusal issues and reapply for the 300 visa. It’s crucial to carefully assess the refusal reasons and take corrective actions or provide additional evidence to improve your application.

Once you are granted the Partner Visa 300, this visa lets you come to Australia and are allowed to work and study in Australia during the validity of your visa. This provision is one of the benefits of holding this visa, as it enables you to establish a life with your partner in Australia, including participating in the workforce.

Yes, you can include your dependent children in your Partner Visa 300 application. The Australian immigration system allows for the inclusion of dependent children as secondary applicants in your visa application. These children must meet certain entitled criteria and be included in your initial visa process. This allows your dependent children to accompany you to Australia and join you while you are in the country on a Partner Visa 300.

The Subclass Visa 300, known as the Prospective Marriage Visa, is designed for individuals engaged to an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen who plans to marry in Australia. On the other hand, the Subclass 309 visa, known as the Partner Provisional Visa, is intended for individuals in a genuine and ongoing relationship with an eligible New Zealand or Australian citizen or permanent resident who intends to reside in Australia with their partner.

The primary distinction lies in the nature of the relationship: the 300 visa is for those preparing for marriage, while the visa 309 is for established partnerships. Both visas typically serve as initial steps toward obtaining a permanent Partner Visa (Subclass 820 and subclass 801 or Subclass 100 and subclass 801).

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