Partner visas to Australia

Available only to applicants with a valid visa: – Class UF; Subclass 309 – partner visa (temporary); or – Class TK; Subclass 445 – dependent child visa Class BC; Subclass 100 – partner (migrant) visa is a permanent visa that entitles the holder – to travel to the Australian national boundaries any number of times […]

Australia visa for spouse – requirements

The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has fairly lenient requirements for the issuance of the bride and “marriage visa”: no English language requirements, no requirements for a certain education, profession, or income, no age limits. Since these categories of visas are designed to ensure that Australia has as many strong international families […]

Prospective marriage visa Australia

Types of spousal/marital visas/bride visa Australia: Bride (groom) visa who plans to marry an Australian citizen (for opposite-sex and same-sex partners): 300 Bride (groom) / Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300) (for opposite-sex and same-sex partners). Temporary visa is valid for 9 months. During this time you must enter Australia and register your marriage, otherwise you […]

Documents to apply for marriage visa – Australia

The documents for marriage visa: – A completed Form 47SP (to be completed by the applicant) and a Form 40SP (to be completed by the sponsor). – Passport photos of the applicant and photos of the sponsor. – Certified copies of your passport. – Sufficient evidence that you have met in person with your sponsor […]

Marriage Visa to Australia

Obtaining a wedding visa to Australia. Marriage to an Australian citizen. More and more Australian men find their “soulmate” on the other side of the globe, proving that for true love, even such long distances are not an obstacle. It is for such cases the Department of Immigration Australia (DIMIA) has introduced the Bridal visa […]

Prospective partner visa Australia

Australian partner visa prerequisites: 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: […]

Australia spouse and marriage visa

The intention to marry in Australia is sufficient to obtain a Prospective Marriage visa provided the couple have met in person at least once. This visa is issued for 9 months during which time the marriage must be registered, after which it is possible to apply for a permanent visa. Permanent partnership visas are issued […]

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 […]