Australia marriage visa requirements

your fiancé must be an Australian citizen, a permanent resident of Australia or an eligible New Zealand citizen
both of you must be at least 18 years old
your fiancé should be willing to sponsor not only you but also any dependent members of your family, who will immigrate with you: provide accommodation and financial support for your partner and family for up to 2 years
Get to know your fiancé personally (at least one meeting) and be prepared to provide information about your personal relationship in writing or during a possible interview. An “online meeting” (exchange of photos) is not proof that you have met in person
a competently completed application packet:
– Form 47SP (to be completed by the applicant), link to the official DIBP website
– form 40SP (completed by sponsor), link to DIBP official website
– Dependent children: a Form 47A has to be filled in and you must provide the link to the DIBP website for each dependant up to 18 years of age
– proof of “dependency of children” (more details on the official DIBP website)
– visa payment , link to DIBP official website (Live section), exact amounts of Australian state fees
– proof of status as an Australian citizen or resident with your partner
– a photocopy of a document proving your sponsor’s employment for the last 2 years: a letter from your employer confirming years of service and annual salary or pay slips etc.
– a certified copy of the applicant’s (fiancée’s) passport
– Certified copy of applicant’s (fiancée’s) birth certificate with names of parents
– 2 recent passport (45mm x 35mm) photographs of applicant (bride)
– 2 photographs of sponsor(groom)
– if married, copies of marriage certificates
– if divorced or widowed, copies of marriage dissolution or death certificates
– a certified copy of the certificate of change of name (if the applicant, sponsor and/or dependent children have had a change of name)
– certified copies of birth certificates of “dependent” children – sufficient evidence that you have met and know your partner personally
– proof that you have been planning a marriage for 9 months http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/300-/Prospective-Marriage-visa-(subclass-300)-document-checklist
– proof of your relationship (phone bills, printouts of emails, photos of you together, plans for the future, etc.)
– medical examination documents
– certificate of criminal records (for persons over 16 years of age)
-For a child under 18 years of age, you’ll need to provide documentary evidence that the child can stay in Australia

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