he Prospective Marriage visa subclass 300 allows you to come to Australia to marry your prospective spouse. You must be outside Australia when you apply for this visa and when the visa is granted. If you are granted this 300 visa, you should marry your prospective spouse and apply for a Partner 820/801 visa before your Prospective Marriage visa 300 expires.
- intend to marry your prospective spouse
- have met and know your prospective spouse and have met each other in person since both turning 18
- You must not be related to your prospective spouse
- be at least 18 years of age.
Your Sponsor must:
- be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen
- be 18 years old or older
- meet the character requirement
You can include your dependent children or step-children in your 300 visa application.
300 Further Information
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