The Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300) provide an opportunity for an applicant, usually a fiancé, to enter into Australia with the intention of marriage. An important condition of this visa is that it is only valid for 9 months which means the applicant must be married within this period. This visa allows the applicant to stay, travel, work and study in Australia until its expiration.
In most cases, the applicant must be the fiancé of an:
The applicant and their fiancé are required to prove the following conditions:
The Sponsor must:
Before the 9-month expiration has passed, the applicant and their fiancé must have married in order to be eligible for a Partner Visa which would grant permanent residency.