Prospective Marriage Visa – Subclass 300

Are you a soon-to-be-wed who’s looking forward to life in Australia? You’ll need to obtain  for a 300 visa to gain entry into the country. Whilst this is sure to be an exciting time, it’s important that you understand the visa process and what is expected of you and your partner.

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What is the subclass 300 prospective marriage visa?

It’s a temporary visa that enables you to move to Australia and marry your partner. You must be outside Australia at the time of lodgement and visa grant.

Once the 300 visa is granted, you’ll have 9 months to move to Australia, plan your wedding, get married and lodge a spouse visa application. During this time, you can leave and re-enter Australia as many times as you wish.

It can be quite a challenge, but with our help your new life together as marital partners will be plain sailing. You’ll have much more time to plan your big day, knowing that True Blue Migration has everything in hand with your visa application.

Does a 300 visa have work rights?

You can work and study in Australia with no restrictions. If you are studying, bear in mind that you may not have access to Government funding or reduced fees as this is not a permanent residency visa.

Can family members be included on a 300 visa?

Yes, dependents such as children may be included.

Using a registered migration agent for your subclass 300 visa application gives you the time to focus on what matters most. Let True Blue Migration assist you with your move and take a free visa assessment today.

Our no visa, no fee guarantee and great success rate are proof of our commitment to helping you start a new life in Australia, so contact us today. You can apply for a free eligibility check by clicking here.

You could be eligible for a 300 visa if:

  • You are in a genuine relationship with an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen
  • You have physically met in person. It’s OK if you got to know each other online, but an online relationship only does not meet the requirements provide enough evidence of legitimacy.
  • You intend to marry one another and can show evidence of your booked wedding
  • You can demonstrate commitment to each other through regular communication, social evidence and financial support
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