Fiance Visa (Prospective Marriage Visa
Subclass 300) Weddings and Letter Service
If you or your fiancé are about to immigrate or in the
process of immigrating to Australia, and are applying
for a (Prospective Marriage Visa subclass 300),
you will need the services of an celebrant who is
experienced in assisting couples with this process. I
have a great deal of experience with the process, and
several Immigration Agents refer their clients to me.
The Department of Home Affairs requires that you make a
booking for your wedding with your celebrant (me) and
that I give you written confirmation that you have done
so. So, if you are looking to sponsor your partner
please contact me to make an appointment and I will
explain in detail what you need to do to meet the
Department of Home Affairs requirement that you provide
proof of your intention to marry.
This means that you need to
- Make a booking for your wedding with an
authorised marriage celebrant
- Lodge a Notice of Intention to Marry with
- Obtain a letter from the celebrant advising
the details of when and where you intend to marry.
However, I cannot provide you with immigration
information or advice, nor can I advise you about which
visa you should apply for.as it would be against the law
for me to do so. I strongly advise you to seek advice
about those matters from a registered Migration Agent.
When we meet, you will need to discuss a date for the
marriage, bearing in mind current visa processing
timelines, and complete the Notice of Intended Marriage.
I charge a modest non-refundable fee for this part of
I will then produce the official letter advising the
Department of Home Affairs that you and your fiance
intend to marry, the date and place for the proposed
wedding (the suburb or city is sufficient), and that you
have lodged the Notice of Intended Marriage and paid a
Where necessary I will also provide confirmation direct
to the case-officer handling your visa application or to
your migration agent (if requested).
Should you both be overseas at this time, or it be
inconvenient for the Australian citizen/permanent
resident to meet face-to-face with me, all of the above
can be achieved without a meeting.
When the visa has been granted you should then decide
which of my wedding ceremony packages will meet your
needs and contact me to make a booking for the ceremony
with me in the usual way.
Official Department of Home Affairs information about
Marriage Visa (Subclass 300)
Very happy with all
the help and service Jenny has given us in this
very long process over the last 2 years. Jenny had
great knowledge and understanding of what it takes
to do when bringing a fiancee to Australia from
overseas. Jenny will not take short cuts or do
anything that may jeopardize the success of the
visa. We are more than happy to recommend Jenny -
Graeme and Le Ha