Partner Visas - 300 Offshore Prospective Marriage

Considerable age difference between Sponsor and Applicant

Despite the large age difference between Applicant and Sponsor, we were able to successfully apply for a 300 prospective marriage for our clients. At the time we lodged the 300 prospective marriage visa application, the Sponsor was 50 years old and the Applicant was 35 years old. ISL prepared an additional submission, which was submitted

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Prospective marriage visa and envoking family violence provisions – visa granted

The applicant arrived in Australia on a prospective marriage visa. Upon arrival into Australia, the applicant’s sponsor subjected the applicant to mental and physical abuse and forced the applicant to work in an occupation where her moral principles were compromised. The applicant and the sponsor subsequently ended their relationship. We engaged the family violence provisions

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30 year age difference

The applicant was a citizen of a European country and he had been in a relationship with the sponsor for three years. The couple eventually decided to get married and came to our firm wanting assistance in obtaining a subclass 300 Offshore Prospective Spouse Visa. We assisted the couple in preparing a submission, highlighting that

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13 year age difference

The applicant and the sponsor had met online and began contacting each other frequently, eventually meeting in person. This developed into a serious relationship and we were instructed to assist in preparing a Subclass 300 Prospective Spouse Visa so that the applicant could enter Australia to marry the sponsor. In our submission, we gave evidence

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