Travel exemption for Prospective Marriage visa holders!
All long-term prospective marriage visa holders will be eligible for TRAVEL EXEMPTION TO ENTER AUSTRALIA 12 months after the date they submitted visa application.
This means, for example, if you applied for a subclass 300 visa on or before 18 August 2020, and you have now been granted your subclass 300 visa; you are eligible for an inwards travel exemption on 18 August 2021 and, having received it, enter the country.
Unfortunately, not every 300 visa holders will be able to obtain an entry permit. Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews said exemptions needed to be balanced against protecting Australia’s health through international border rules.
However, this is a huge step for everyone who was struggling for a long time and waiting for the opportunity to meet and life with partner permanently in Australia.
If you would like to know more about your options to get your Prospective Marriage visa granted with further Partner visa and come to Australia,
please complete this special form to be assessed for FREE.
In a couple of days, you will receive e-mail with a detailed assessment of your case.