This visa lets people to come to Australia to marry their fiancé.
If you are granted this visa, you must marry your fiancé and apply for a Partner visa before your prospective marriage visa (subclass 300) expires.
The purpose of the 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 Partner visa. For more details contact top immigration agents in Canberra. The minutest requirements for this visa are as follows:
PROSPECTIVE MARRIAGE VISA CANBERRA AUSTRALIA REQUIREMENTS:
You and your fiancé (e) must:
For more details contact IME Advisors the top immigration agents in Canberra.
Your sponsor must:
Your sponsorship will not be approved if you have a conviction for a relevant offense and a substantial criminal history. A relevant offense includes, but is not limited to offenses involving violence, intimidation, breaching a protection order, people smuggling, human trafficking, and weapons. For further information contact IME Advisors the top immigration agents in Canberra.
If you are planning to marry an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or a qualified New Zealand citizen, and you are located offshore, you may consider applying for a prospective marriage visa as a prospective pathway to permanent residence in Australia.
The subclass 300 visa, also commonly known as a fiancé visa, is a temporary visa that, if granted, will allow you to travel to Australia to marry your partner within the 9-month visa period. Afterwards marrying your partner, it is intended that you will then apply for an onshore partner visa (which must be lodged before the subclass 300 visa expires).