Prospective Marriage Visa 300 Applications

The Prospective Marriage Visa 300 allows people to come to Australia to marry their prospective spouse. This visa is only available to applicants outside Australia. Applicants within Australia will not use this visa.


If you are granted this visa, you need to marry your prospective spouse and apply for a Partner (subclasses 820 and 801) visa before your Prospective Marriage visa (subclass 300) expires. Once you are granted a visa 820 or 801 you can apply for Medicare and move onto becoming an Australian permanent resident.


>> Learn More Visa 820 and 801

Watch the video to learn more about visa 300. Our Migration Lawyer Hanh Ho reviews the visa process, common questions, issues and answers. In the video Hanh outlines key points and tips for applying for visa 300.

Advantage of Applying for Prospective Marriage Visa 300

  • Getting married in Australia is an easier process then marrying overseas, for this reason the Propective Marriage visa 300 gives applicants nine months to organise their weddings. The visa 300 has a number of advantages for people wanting to marry thier partners in Australia.

  • Holders of this visa are able to:
  • • travel to Australia
  • • stay for up to nine months
  • • work
  • • study


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    Eligibility for a Visa 300

    You might not be eligible for this visa if you have had a visa cancelled or refused while you were in Australia (if this applies to you? Our Migration lawyer maybe able to help waive this condition or advise you on an alternative Visa).

  • Eligibility
  • You must:
  • • be at least 18 years of age
  • • intend to marry your prospective spouse in Australia
  • • have met and know your prospective spouse
  • • be unmarried, or unobstructed to marry (Our Lawyer and Migration Agent Hanh Ho can help you meet this requirement if one or both of the parties are divorced)
  • • have met each other in person
  • • not have sponsored more than 2 people in the past (sponsor only – if the sponsor does not meet this requirement our Lawyer and Migration Agent Hanh Ho maybe able to help you waive this condition)

  • How long can I stay in Australia on a Prospective Marriage Visa?

    This visa is only vaild for 9 months as it is only issued for the applicant enough time to get married to their partner. This visa cannot be extended. However, once the holder is has married their partner the holder can and needs to apply for a Partner Visa 820 / 801 (READ MORE) to continue staying in Australia beyond the 9 month limit of the Prospective Marriage Visa 300 condittion.


    Extending a Prospective Marriage Visa 300?

    A lot of clients ask, can they extend a visa 300? The short anwser is NO. The visa is only valid for 9 months, this visa cannot be extended. However, once the holder has married their partner the holder can and needs to apply for a Partner Visa 820 / 801 (READ MORE) to continue staying in Australia beyond the 9 month limit of the Prospective Marriage Visa 300 condittion.


    IST helps you to obtain a visa by applying for it again. IST examine reasons for previous refusals in order to overcome such difficulties

    IST obtain a tourist visa successfully. Your previous visa refusals do not affect your latter visa application, including Fiance, Partner or Spouse visa applications

    IST chooses the best visa options for you in order to secure a visa for your.

    IST helps you obtain a tourist visa successfully without going on tour, helps reduce the visa service fee and travel cost if going on tours.

    IST assist you with considering whether you should re-apply for a visa or appeal the deision so that the chance of success is high.

    Visa Refused?

    Have you been refused a Tourist or Partner Visa due to using unreliable services or an inadequate visa application? We are here to help you solve the problem.


    (+84) 028 6290 6968
    info@ditruist.com.au

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    How much does it cost?

    As the Prospective Marriage Visa 300 leads to the permanent Partner Visa 801 there are various costs associated with this visa depending on each applicant’s circumstances. Applicants can also add all their dependent children to their own application.

  • Application Fees:
  • • Application fee from 7,160AUD
  • • Dependent applicant under 18 years old from 1,795AUD
  • • Dependent applicant over 18 years old from 3,585AUD
  • • Applicant health check and biometrics from 150AUD
  • • Sponsor police check from 50AUD

  • Getting your visa lodged and processed as soon as possible can help you reduce your department application fees for your visa 820. (READ MORE) If you marry your prospective spouse and lodge your Partner visa application before your Prospective Marriage visa expires, you may pay a reduced department fee. However, if you do not lodge your Partner visa application before your Prospective Marriage visa expires, you will pay the full visa 820 fee.


    CONSULTATION: Urgent case? Contact IST Migration via Viber, Zalo, or Call (+61) 0406 888 639.         Looking for a Registered Australian Migration Agent? Call our Lawyer and Registered Migration Agent Hanh Ho for: Australian Partner Visas, Australian Tourist Visa Applications, Australian Visa Appeals and Waivers Call Australia – (+61) 0406 888 639 or Vietnam – (+84) 028 6290 6968