Looking To Get Married To An Australian Partner
Planning A Wedding In Australia
Planning To Settle In Australia Permanently
If you have a partner or spouse you would like to bring to Australia, you may be able to sponsor them over for permanent residency.
If you have a parent or parents that want to come and live in Australia, you may be able to sponsor them.
At VisaOne, we know what kind of skill, determination, and meticulousness it takes to represent an fiancé visa with Immigration. With a proven track record of successes in fiancé visas, our legal team are expert defenders for our case applications with the Department of Immigration.
If you are looking to get married in Australia, you likely have many questions. Our team is here to answer your questions. Give us a call or scroll further down to learn top tips on how to get a prospective marriage visa!
If you have only met your fiancé online, then plan a getaway to meet in person. This is a critical requirement for the prospective marriage visa.
Discuss your future date of marriage. We recommend setting the date in 18 to 24 months. The visa processing time can take take 12 months. It takes 3 months on average to prepare a fiancé visa application.
After receiving the visa, you are required to marry your Australian fiancé within 9 months.
The prospective marriage visa requires just as much evidence and work as a partner/spouse visa case.
Be prepared to complete a full relationship statement.
The relationship statement serves as a foundation for your visa. We recommend putting aside 6 hours to complete the statement with your partner. A sufficient relationship statement is 4 to 8 pages long.
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Question: I am currently separated from my husband, but still legally married, and now in a new de facto relationship. Is it possible to get a spouse visa with my new Australian partner?
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