Perspective Marriage visa Australia.
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Want to streamline your Prospective Marriage visa?
Are you feeling overwhelmed and anxious about your subclass 300 Prospective Marriage visa application process?
We understand the weight of uncertainty and the fear of the unknown that can accompany such a significant decision.
Rest assured, at Migration Unity, we are here to alleviate your concerns and guide you towards a successful subclass 300 visa application.
With our expert knowledge of the complex immigration procedures and legal requirements, we will ensure that you have a clear understanding of the process from start to finish.
Our dedicated team of professionals specialises in subclass 300 Prospective Marriage visas, and we are well-equipped to simplify the information for you, providing step-by-step guidance tailored to your specific situation.
We recognise the importance of uniting with your loved one and embarking on a new life together in Australia. Our goal is to make your transition as smooth as possible, removing any confusion along the way.
What is a subclass 300 PMV?
The purpose of the subclass 300 Prospective Marriage visa is to allow the fiancé(e) of an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen to travel to Australia in order to be married.
The marriage must take place within nine months of the visa grant date, following which the applicant is eligible to apply for a Australia Partner visa. The minimum requirements for this visa are set out below.
What is the process of obtaining a Prospective Marriage visa?
Video consultation and pre-assessment
Gather documents and information
Lodge your visa application
Wait for visa processing
Receive a decision
How can Migration Unity help you?
Determine your eligibility for a Prospective Marriage visa with an assessment from our registered migration agents.
Receive professional advice on your migration options in accordance with the Migration Act and Regulations.
Strengthen your case:
Get recommendations, guidance, and support to strengthen your application and increase your chances of success.
Provide you and your partner with our statutory declaration templates to assist you in explaining your relationship timeline and facts.
Receive support and guidance throughout the entire process to ensure your evidence meets the legal requirements.
Accessibility and Simplicity:
Access our secure online portal to manage your application from anywhere in the world.
Receive ongoing case management from a team of experienced professionals to ensure your application progresses smoothly, we liaise with the Department on your behalf.
Review and checking:
Receive a full review and final check of all supporting evidence prior to lodgement to ensure everything meets the legal requirements.
Applications and Forms:
Your registered migration agent will complete all applications and forms on behalf of you and your partner.
Clarifying your matter to the Case Officer:
Receive legally written submissions by our expert professionals in Australian immigration law to support your application when if required.
Receive an in-depth explanation of things to look out for such as enter by dates, must not arrive after dates and travel return facilities upon visa grant.
Ensure you remain lawfully onshore whilst awaiting a decision on your application.
Post grant support:
Receive ongoing support, including record-keeping and reminders, to ensure compliance with the relevant criteria.
Next steps: Planning your Australian permanent residency and citizenship, our team can help you and your loved ones to secure a long term and stable future.
…put simply we look after the entire process for you!
Frequently Asked Questions
The Australian Prospective Marriage Visa, also known as Subclass 300, is a visa specifically designed for individuals who are engaged to be married to an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.
This visa allows the visa holder to enter Australia to marry their prospective spouse within the validity period of the visa.
Yes, same-sex couples are eligible to apply for the 300 Prospective Marriage Visa. The Australian government recognises and supports same-sex relationships.
To be eligible for an Australian Prospective Marriage Visa, you must meet certain requirements, including being engaged to an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.
Both you and your prospective spouse must be of marriageable age, genuinely intend to marry within nine months of the visa grant, and meet health and character requirements.
Yes, you can include dependent children in your Prospective Marriage Visa application. However, they must meet certain requirements, and you will need to provide evidence of their relationship to you. If your dependent children are included in your application, they will also be granted a Subclass 300 visa.
The processing time for an Australian Prospective Marriage Visa can vary depending on various factors, such as the completeness of your application and the workload of the Department of Home Affairs.
Our team of experts can assist you in preparing a decision ready application that may streamline to application process with the Department of Home Affairs.
Yes, once you enter Australia on a Prospective Marriage Visa, you are generally allowed to work. This visa allows you to live, study, and work in Australia until the expiry of the visa or until you get married and apply for a different visa, such as a Partner Visa.
After you get married within the validity period of your Prospective Marriage Visa, you will need to apply for a Partner Visa (Subclass 820/801) in order to continue living in Australia.
The Partner Visa is a pathway to permanent residency for the spouse of an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible New Zealand citizen.
No, the validity of a Prospective Marriage Visa cannot be extended. It is important to plan your travel and wedding accordingly to ensure you marry your prospective spouse within the nine-month validity period. If you need more time, you may need to reapply for the visa.