Prospective Marriage (Fiancé(e)) Visa
If you are a Fiancé(e) of & in a relationship with an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an eligible NZ citizen, this visa will allow you to travel to Australia to marry your partner.
You must be in a genuine and continuing relationship with your partner, you must be sponsored by them and you must marry your Fiancé(e) before the Prospective Marriage visa expires which is granted for between 9 and 15 months.
You and your Fiancé(e) must be free to marry one another and;
You must genuinely intend to get married within nine months of the visa grant date and;
You must have physically met (as adults) and be personally known to each other.
You must be at least 18 years old, and not be closely related and;
You can get married in Australia or any other country, but your marriage must be valid under Australian law and;
You must genuinely intend to live together as a married couple;
What does this Visa let you do?
To travel to and stay in Australia.
To work in Australia.
To study in Australia at your own expense.
To travel outside Australia as many times as you want.
Also, you can apply for a ‘Partner Visa’ after you marry your Fiancé(e).
(Note: if you marry your partner within the grant date of the Fiancé(e) Visa, you will be entitled to a substantial discount for a Partner Visa application).
The application fee for this visa is $8,850, and whilst it can be complicated (due to the complexities surrounding the initial pathway rules and regulations, you must also meet additional complicated rules and regulations in order to qualify for the ‘Partner Visa’.
Remember, the Department of Immigration will not return your application fee if you make a mistake so to ensure a smooth application process please ensure you engage the experts at ASC Migration to process these for you because we will guarantee your eligibility to apply before you do (hence, guaranteeing your $8,850 is not paid in vain).
To find out if you and your partner meet the requirements for this visa pathway, begin by completing an ‘OBLIGATION FREE GENERAL ENQUIRY‘ today.
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