☑ PATHWAY TO PERMANENT RESIDENCY
What is the Subclass 300 – Prospective Marriage Visa?
- The Prospective Marriage Visa (PMV) is also known as the fiancé visa. It allows you to come to Australia to marry your fiancé.
- This is a temporary visa that allows you to travel to and stay in Australia for a period of nine months for the purpose of getting married.
- This visa does have a pathway to permanent residency* – you must arrive, marry and lodge an application for a Partner Visa (Subclass 820/801) within those nine months in order to be eligible.
- You are engaged to an Australian permanent resident or citizen;
- You can demonstrate that you have met, know and have an established relationship with your prospective spouse;
- You are eighteen or older.
- You must be offshore when applying for this visa.
- You must be offshore when a decision is being made on your application.
- This visa grants you full working rights.
- This visa grants you full study rights.
- This visa grants you multiple travel facilities – that is, you can arrive and depart Australia on this visa.
- Your children can also apply for this visa if you intend for them to migrate with you.
This visa has a global processing time, which can be found here. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-processing-times/global-visa-processing-times