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Prospective Marriage Visa
Prospective Marriage Visa

At iCelebrant.com we specialise in Prospective Marriage Visa weddings, whilst providing advice and consultancy regarding legal ceremonies within Victoria. At the completion of your ceremony, you will be presented with an official Australian Government Marriage Certificate.



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Can you supply us with a letter of acknowledgment regarding our Intent to be Married
Yes, I can certainly assist with a letter of acknowledgment. I can also sign and authorise your Notice of Intended Marriage .

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What is your role in the Prospective Visa process
My role is to sign and authorise your Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM), and to provide you with a letter of acknowledgment for the department of Immigration .

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How much is a Permanent Partner Visa
$7,000AU. Both the Prospective Marriage Visa and the Permanent Partner Visa are the same cost, bringing your total feel to $14,000AU .

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Can you assist us with our Prospective Marriage Visa
My only role in the Visa process is to facilitate your marriage. I cannot intervene on the Visa process itself, however I can recommend a fabulous Immigration Agent .

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Can my partner apply for a Prospective Marriage Visa if in Australia
No, your partner must be out of the country when applying .

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What happens if our marriage does not take place during the Visa tenure
If your marriage is not solemnised and registered during your Visa tenure, your partner will have to leave the country and re-apply for either a Holiday Visa or a Prospective Marriage Visa .

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How long can my partner stay in Australia on a Provisional Partner Visa
Your partner may stay for 2 years, once the Visa is granted, after which time you will be issued with a Permanent Partner Visa .

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What is a Provisional Partner Visa
This is the Visa that is issued after you are legally married, and only once your marriage has been fully registered with the office of Births Deaths and Marriages (BDM) .

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Is there any disadvantage to the travelling on a Holiday Visa
Yes, your partner will not ne eligible to work within Australia during the Visa tenure, whilst the short time-frame may prove challenging, as far as completing the necessary steps for the Provisional Partner Visa (after marriage) .

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What is the cost difference between a Holiday Visa and a Prospective marriage Visa
A Holiday Visa is $30AU, whilst a Prospective Marriage Visa is $7,000AU .

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What are the advantages of the Holiday Visa when getting married in Australia
Cost and length of tenure. The Holiday Visa is for 3 months only, and is substantially cheaper than a Prospective Marriage Visa .

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What is the duration of the Prospective Marriage Visa

Does my overseas partner have to have a Prospective Marriage Visa in order to be legally married in Australia
No, your partner may choose to travel Australia on a Holiday Visa .

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What is a Prospective Marriage Visa
A Prospective Marriage Visa enables an overseas partner of an Australian Resident or Citizen to travel to Australia to be legally married .

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What is a fiance visa
A fiance visa is better known as a Prospective Marriage Visa, and is issued by the Department of Immigration .

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What is a visa subclass 300
A visa subclass 300 is the Department of Immigration's code for a Prospective Marriage Visa .

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What is a visa subclass 820
The visa subclass 820 is a type of bridging visa, applied for once couples are married (moving couples along from the Prospective Marriage Visa). It is more commonly known as a Provisional (or Temporary) Partner Visa, and expires after 2 years .

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What is a visa subclass 801
The visa subclass 801 is the permanent visa that is granted to couples, who have been previously issued a visa subclass 820 (Prospective Marriage Visa). The 801 visa allows the spouse of an Australian permanent resident (or citizen), to stay in Australia indefinitely .

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The department of Immigration requires a letter from a Civil Celebrant can you assist with this
Yes, at iCelebrant.com we fully understand the requirements of Marriage Law and how it relates to your Immigration requirements. You will require a letter from a Civil Celebrant to support your Prospective Marriage Visa application .

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Can we get married in Australia while travelling on a holiday visa
Yes, you may be married in Australia while travelling on a holiday visa. It may be advisable to complete your marriage application form prior to departing your country of origin, to give yourself maximum time to be married once you arrive .

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