Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300)

To support Prospective Marriage visa holders (Subclass 300), changes were introduced in late 2020 / early 2021 to former visa holders and visa applicants who were unable to enter Australia due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

On 29 October 2021, further extensions of visa validity periods and Visa Application Charge (VAC) refunds were introduced. These were to support Prospective Marriage visa holders who continue to face difficulties entering Australia due to COVID-19 related travel restrictions.

 

Visa Extensions

On 10 December 2020, Prospective Marriage visa holders or former visa holders who were outside Australia on that day, and who held a Prospective Marriage visa at any time between 6 October 2020 and 10 December 2020 had their visa validity period extended to 31 March 2022.

On 29 October 2021, Prospective Marriage visa holders who held a subclass 300 visa and were outside Australia on 15 September 2021 had their visa validity period extended to 31 December 2022.

Should you are holding a Prospective Marriage visa (Subclass 300), you can now travel to Australia without needing to apply for a travel exemption. However, you must be a fully vaccinated eligible visa holder.

 

With this visa, you can:

* stay in Australia for between 9 and 15 months from date of grant of visa;

* work in Australia; and

* study in Australia at your own expense.

 

The conditions are, you must:

* be 18 years old or older;

* be sponsored;

* intend to marry your prospective spouse before the visa period ends; and

* be outside Australia when you apply

 

For further information, kindly contact us Auslife Migration Consultants for a FREE and PRIVATE CONSULTATION at our KL office at 03-2300 2380 / 012-238 1380 or our Melbourne office at +614 5077 2380 / +614 3358 8377 or email to: info@auslife.com

 

4-Jan-2022