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Can I visit my fiancé while the 300 visa is being processed?
The Australian Government requires you to be outside of Australia before the Subclass 300 is processed. However, you can apply for a Visitor visa (subclass 600) to visit your fiancé in Australia
Can I extend my Subclass 300 visa?
Unfortunately, no. The validated period of a Prospective Marriage visa in Australia is 15 months.After getting married in 15 months, you can apply for a Partner visa – Subclass 820/801 to become an Australian permanent resident
What Happens If We Do Not Get Married?
The main criteria is that the visa holder must get married within 9 months after visa is granted. This visa cannot be extended and the holder will become unlawful in Australia after the nine month period. The applicant may however, be eligible for another type of visa depending upon individual circumstances
We Are A Same Sex Couple, May We Apply?
Same sex couples may apply for the Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300).
I got my 300 visa and I am currently in Australia. However, I broke up with my ex-fiance. If I get married to my new boyfriend, can I eligible for 820 visa?
The Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300) is specifically for those who intend to marry their partner. If your partner does not intend to marry, and you have already found a new partner, you can notify the immigration about you new circumstance and apply for a partner visa 820/801