Australia Visa for Thai fiancee

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Australia Visa for Thai fiancee

Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300)

This visa allows you as an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen  to bring your Thai Fiancée to enter Australia and marry within the visa’s nine (9) month validity period.

Who is eligible for a Prospective Marriage Visa (300)?

The main purpose of applying for this visa is to allow the Thai Fiancée to come to Australia and then marry and live as husband and wife. They must genuinely intend to marry their fiancé (e). They must also genuinely intend to live with their fiancé (e) as husband and wife.

The applicant must be sponsored by an eligible sponsor. An eligible sponsor is an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or an eligible New Zealand citizen, who undertakes sponsorship obligations. Usually, the sponsor is an Australia citizen and is over 18 years old.

Other Requirements for a Prospective Marriage Visa (300)

The Thai Fiancée (applicant) and the sponsor must be able to legally marry according to Australian law. This means both of you must be aged 18 years or over. If one of you are aged 16 years or over but less than 18 years, you must have an Australian court order allowing you to marry your intended spouse, or you must both be of marriageable age at time of the intended marriage.

The applicant must be of the opposite sex to your intended spouse. Same-sex couples are not eligible for this visa.

Benefits of the Prospective Marriage Visa (300) – Australia Fiancée Visa

With this visa, the Thai Fiancé must enter Australia before their marry with an Australia citizen, the applicant may leave and re- enter Australia as many times as the Thai Fiancée wish before their visa ceases (nine (9) months after visa grant), can work in Australia, can apply for a Spouse visa in Australia after they marry with you as an Australia citizen, can study, but cannot have access to government funding and may use Australia’s medical expenses and hospital care assistance scheme, Medicare, but only if they are in Australia and have already applied for a Spouse visa.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

–      Assessment in deep detail of applicant before starting the service.

–       We do understand that some of Thai people not families in English skill. So, we will handle all application process like translation, fill application , prepare document of relationship and interview practical.

–       Dealing with all government office and Embassy in Thailand to represent our client.

–      Guarantee on output of visa!

We have deep experience in successfully preparing, managing and coordinating in the visa application. Please let Siam Attorney help you for make the most benefit for you.

 

 












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