This visa allows the partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen to join their Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen partner in Australia. This visa is applied by applicant's who are outside Australia at the time of application.
This visa lets the de facto partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen to join their Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident partner to marry. You must be outside Australia when you apply for this visa.
The visa holders have full work rights to work anywhere in Australia.
If you have children, they can also be included in your application.
You must marry your prospective spouse before the visa period ends which is usually granted for 9 to 15 months.
You pay A$8,850 feed at the time of application and a reduced amount when you apply for 'Partner Subclass 820 Visa' after you get married to your spouse in Australia. All applicants must pay Subclass 300 Prospective Marriage visa fee at the time of lodgement.
Standard Stream: 25% of applications in 6 Months, 50% of applications in 10 months. Individual Subclass 300 visa processing time may vary.
You must intend to marry an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or Eligible New Zealand. Your relationship can be with someone of same of different sex.
To meet the relationship requirement by marriage you and your spouse must both be committed to a shared life together to the exclusion of all others, your relationship with your spouse must be genuine and continuing, you must live with your spouse or do not live apart on a permanent basis and your marriage must be valid under Australian law.
To meet the relationship requirement by de facto relationship of over 12 months you and your spouse must not be married, you are committed to a shared life to the exclusion of all others, your relationship is genuine and continuing, you live together or do not live separately and apart on a permanent basis and you are not related by family.
The 12-month requirement also will not apply if your partner holds or held a permanent humanitarian visa, and your de facto relationship existed before we granted their visa, and your de facto partner told us about the relationship before we granted their visa.
The 12-month requirement will not apply if you are in a de facto relationship with a partner who is an applicant for a permanent humanitarian visa
The 12-month requirement will not apply if you have registered your relationship with an Australian authority such as a registry of births, deaths and marriages.
The time spent dating or in an online relationship might not count as being in a de facto relationship. You must have met your prospective partner after turning 18 to be able to lodge Prospective Marriage Visa 300. Detailed documentary evidence required is prescribed in Prospective Marriage visa subclass 300 checklist.
Prospective Marriage Subclass 300 visa lets you come to Australia to marry your prospective spouse and then apply for a Partner visa subclass 820.
No, you can not lodge Prospective Marriage Subclass 300 visa while being onshore in Australia.
8502 - Not Arrive Before Person Specified in Visa
You must not enter Australia before the person who satisfied the primary criteria for the grant of the visa has entered Australia. This is usually the main visa holder or other relevant person such as your sponsor in the case of a Partner visa.
8515 - Must not Marry or Enter into a De facto Relationship Before Entry
You must not marry or enter into a de facto relationship before entering Australia. The Department of Home Affairs might cancel your visa if we find out you were engaged, married or in a de facto relationship before we granted you the visa but did not tell us.
8519 - Marry your partner while the visa is valid
You must marry the person specified in your visa application while your visa is valid.
8520 - Marry your partner while the visa is valid
If you are the primary holder of a subclass 300 (Prospective Marriage) visa you must marry the person specified in your visa application before your visa ceases.
These are some of the relevant policies relevant to Subclass 300 visa application.
These are some of the news relevant to prospective marriage subclass 300 visa.