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Old 07-03-2017, 07:11 AM
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Hello,

I have applied for a Prospective Marriage Visa 300 and Now I am willing to travel to Australia to see my Fiancée and spend some valuable time with her.

I have few questions I hope someone can help me.

1- What do I apply for ? Visitor Visa - Tourist Stream or Sponsored Family Visitor Visa (If Sponsored, can my Fiancée be my sponsor)?

2- Is there any need to ask the DOIBP to inform me to leave Australia before they issue the PMV ? (What form do I submit to ask them?).


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Old 07-03-2017, 07:40 AM
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I can't answer your first question, but you need to let DIBP know that you are traveling TO Australia. They will then let you know that they are ready to grant the visa and that you have to leave the country. I just changed the contact address in my IMMI account to my partner's address in Australia. IMMI account -> Partner Visa application -> "Update us" -> Change of address.

I don't think we did anything else. I did contact the processing embassy about it because at the time we had no CO and I wasn't sure how to let them know, but they were no help at all. Didn't even answer my question. So just the contact detail change. Their computers should also tell them that you are already in Australia...everything is done electronically anyway...

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Old 07-03-2017, 06:56 PM
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We used the Visitor Visa - standard Tourist Stream.

DIBP told us when to leave, so they could finalise the PMV.

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