ATTENTION: To be eligible for this visa you must have met your partner in person before

Bring your overseas fiance to Australia

If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident and your fiance is overseas, you may be eligible to bring him or her to live permanently with you in Australia.

We solve the most complex Fiance Visa (Subclass 300) cases in Australia, in record time.

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SUBCLASS 300 – FIANCE VISA

This visa lets you come to Australia to marry your prospective spouse and then apply for a Subclass 820 visa. It allows for a stay of 9 months from date of grant of visa.

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KEY ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS TO BRING YOUR FIANCE TO AUSTRALIA THROUGH A FIANCE VISA

  • You must have met your partner in person before
  • You must be a Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen and be in a genuine relationship with your prospective spouse who is currently overseas
  • Intend to marry your prospective spouse before the visa period ends
  • Have sufficient and comprehensive evidence to support your claims regarding your relationship
  • Your fiance must be outside of Australia at the time of application and decision
  • Your fiance must not had a visa cancelled or an application refused
  • Satisfy the evidence requirement
  • Must make an online application and attached all evidence online
  • You must be an eligible sponsor who is not barred to sponsor someone
  • Your fiance must meet Australia’s Health & Character requirements
  • Your fiance must be 18 years old or older when applying for the fiance visa
  • Satisfy all other visa requirements
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BENEFITS FOR YOUR FIANCE

  • Stay in Australia for up to 9 months from date of grant of visa
  • Work and study in Australia
  • Travel to and from Australia as many times as you want

COST

The visa costs AUD7,715 for the main applicant.

PARTNER VISA (SUBCLASS 820 AND 801)

If your fiance is granted this visa and you want to settle in Australia, he or she can apply for a Partner visa (subclass 820 and 801):

  • after you are married, and
  • before your partner’s fiance visa (prospective marriage visa) ends

You will pay less for the Partner visa if you apply for it while the Prospective Marriage visa is still valid. The cost for subclass 820 is AUD1,285 for Prospective Marriage visa (subclass 300) holders.

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Helping People Just Like You

What matters to us most is what our clients have to say about their experience once everything has been resolved. Below are some of the messages we have received from people we’ve represented.

Rexhep Behluli
Rexhep B.
Andreas has done an amazing job on my visa application, in the verge of loosing hope, Andreas has come through, Andreas is the man for the complex visa applications can’t thank you enough for your efforts
Zuhayr Ali
Zuhayr A.
To the team at gold immigration lawyers. Not only are they true professionals, they are nothing but a team of champions. I cannot speak highly enough to Sarah McNeil and Saemeh Ghasemi for turning dreams into reality.Sarah and the team transferred a situation of turmoil and despair into a lifetime change in short amount of time.Highly recommend the team at gold immigration.read more
Sonia Ramjathan
Sonia R.
From the first day me and my partner went to Gold migration,they were very welcoming and very professional. They process my partner visa last year in August and i got both my 820 and 801 visa granted together in May this year,we are very grateful that we went to see them for doing our application. Specially thank you to Sarah McNeil who look after our visa she was excellent from the start to finish.I would recommend gold migration to my friends and family.everything was done perfectly without any doubt and very helpful as well.read more
Sadiya Chang
Sadiya C.
I recommend Sarah McNeil for anybody looking to get help with their protection visa.She has been amazing and because of her hard work and so much dedication towards my case the case officer only spent 25 minutes to take my interview and my visa was granted within a month after the interview.read more
Jaea Youn
Jaea Y.
Saemeh, who was looking after the partner visa application, was amazing. Prompt reply, great communication, and friendly! Thank you Gold Migration. I got my visa granted in just 2months and 2 weeks! Much quicker than expected.
sam saab
sam S.
From the first call and conservation we had ,I knew they are the right lawyers for the job. We did a meeting and I didn’t even need to think about it twice , it was clear they are the right people ( lawyers ) for the job , they professional with a high level of attention for details and great communication skills and fast responses .very accurate about all requirements and how to address it .we kept a steady communication through the process and gave us a full guidance and help n our paper work . As a result my wife visa was granted in a record time . Like to thx all the team at Gold lawyers , special thx and appreciation for Andreas ,Kiriaki and Rita .Much love and respect .read more
Patrick Cadei
Patrick C.
Perfect service and everything is looked after very well. They managed to get approved the Visa I was seeking within an excellent timeframe. Strongly recommend their services
Jake Cockburn
Jake C.
Gold Immigration lawyers helped us to get our Visa is Record time! We are very happy with the experience and excited for the next step of our journey!Thank you very much!Would recommend!!!
Bryan Mármol
Bryan M.
I am very thankful to Gold Migration for helping me obtain my permanent residency through the protection visa in a record time of 11 MONTHS. Since the beginning, they have been very professional and Kiriaki accompanied me and guided me through the whole process. She always looked out for me and thanks to her and the entire team, I achieved my residency.I would highly recommend them and thank you again.Bryan Marmolread more

frequently asked questions

Is my fiance eligible for a Fiance Visa - Prospective Marriage (subclass 300) Visa?

If your fiance is offshore, in a genuine relationship with you, have made plans to marry in Australia and you provide evidence of your Notice of Intended Marriage, then your fiance is likely to be eligible.

Does the Sponsor need to be offshore as well when applying for the visa?

No, the Sponsor can be either onshore or offshore.

Can your fiance be in Australia for the decision?

No, your fiance should be offshore when the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) makes a decision on the fiance visa – Prospective Marriage (subclass 300) visa application.

Once approved, what is the pathway to a Partner Visa?

Your fiance will need to come to Australia, get married to you, and apply for a Partner (subclass 820) visa, all within 9 months.

Will you need to pay the full fee again when applying for the Partner (subclass 820) visa?

No, the Visa Application Charge (VAC) for the Partner (subclass 820) visa is much lower if you’re a Prospective Marriage (subclass 300) visa holder.