prospective marriage visa

The procedure for obtaining a prospective marriage visa is divided into three stages; Firstly, Granting visa subclass 300; Secondly, applying for an Onshore Partner Visa subclass 820; Thirdly, applying two years from the date of the 820 application for an onshore partner visa subclass 801. Within the visa's 9-month validity term of granting visa subclass 300, you may visit Australia to marry your intending Australian citizen, permanent resident, or eligible …
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The Partner Visa 820 to 801 (temporary to permanent)

    A two-step procedure is required to get a Subclass 801 permanent visa. You may apply for this permanent visa (Subclass 801) after your temporary visa (Subclass 820) has been granted. The temporary visa Subclass 820 allows the partner to live in Australia and take the first step in obtaining a permanent residency visa (Subclass 801) in Australia. This permanent visa typically takes two years to process from the …
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How long does it take to process a Partnership visa in Australia?

According to the Department of Home Affairs,  Global visa processing times are updated monthly to estimate applicants' processing time. Individual factors, such as: whether or not applicants have submitted their applications with all the supporting papers or not, the amount of data that has been presented, and consequently the time is taken to check the presented evidence, will influence the time an application needs to be processed. Partnership visas are …
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Australian Spouse Visa

 PMV - Subclass 300 Generally for those couples that are engaged and the applicant is currently outside of Australia.  Offshore Partner Visa - Subclass 309/100 Generally for those that are cohabitating outside of Australia, or have cohabitated previously, and are in a married or de facto relationship, and intend to apply whilst the applicant is outside of Australia. It is also advisable that couples be in a relationship …
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