The Commissioner of the Australian Border Force (ABF) may grant you an individual exemption if you are:
- a Prospective Marriage (subclass 300) visa holder in the following circumstances:
- where the subclass 300 visa has been granted; and
- the subclass 300 visa application was lodged at least 12 months before submitting a travel exemption request.
This means if you applied for a subclass 300 visa on or before 18 August 2020, and you have now been granted your subclass 300 visa; you are eligible for an inwards travel exemption on 18 August 2021.
You must hold a visa and an exemption to Australia’s travel restrictions before you travel. You can request an exemption online and must provide appropriate evidence to support your claims. Requests may be finalised without further consideration if insufficient evidence is provided. All documents need to be officially translated into English.
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