Do we have to marry in Australia on a Prospective Marriage Visa?

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Most Prospective Marriage Visa applicants do, and this is how the visa was designed. However you may marry anywhere as long as you entry Australia before marrying. That means you may travel together from Australia to another country and marry if you wish.

What if we don’t get married on a Prospective Marriage Visa?
Can we get a Prospective Marriage Visa for a de facto relationship?

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