Australian Prospective Marriage visa (Subclass 300)
The Subclass 300 visa is a temporary visa allowing fiancés and fiancées of Australian partners to stay in Australia between 9 and 15 months. If your Sc 300 visa is approved, you must enter Australia before the date specified in your grant letter, marry your fiancé either in or outside Australia and apply for a Partner visa (Sc 820-801) before your Prospective Marriage visa expires.
Do I need a Registered Migration Agent to help?
Because the success of your application is based on a thorough preparation and review of the eligibility criteria, and particularly the evidence of relationship, it is recommended to have your application prepared by a registered migration agent to ensure you will meet Australian immigration requirements and avoid costly disappointment.
What can a prospective marriage visa holder do?
Holders of Sc 300 visa can:
- stay in Australia for between 9 and 15 months from date of grant of visa
- apply for a further partnership-based visa
- work in Australia
- study in Australia as a foreign student
- travel to and from Australia without limitations