subclass 300 Visa Processing Times in 2020

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Offshore Prospective Marriage Visa (subclass 300) Processing Times in 2020.

These are the official times quoted by Australian Immigration, for the visas finalised in each month.

(The numbers of subclass 300 grants in from April 2020 are much lower than normal, due to the COVID travel restrictions.)

Subclass 300 Visa Processing Times November 2020

Last updated: 18 December 2020 (for month ending November 2020)


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  • Nov 2020: 19 – 21 = 75% took up to 19 months.  10% took over 21 Months.
  • Oct 2020: 16-29 = 75% took up to 16 months.  10% took over 29 Months.
  • Sep 2020: Processing times are not available.
  • Aug 2020: 26-30 = 75% took up to 26 months.  10% took over 30 Months.
  • Jul 2020:  16-29 = 75% took up to 16 months.  10% took over 29 Months.
  • Jun 2020: 16-18 = 75% took up to 16 months.  10% took over 18 Months. (5 grants in total).
  • May 2020: Processing times are not available.  (3 grants in total).
  • Apr 2020: Processing times are not available. (0 grants)
  • Mar 2020: 13-17 = 75% took up to 13 months.  10% took over 17 months. (177 grants in total).
  • Feb 2020: 15-21 = 75% took up to 15 months.  10% took over 21 months. (241 grants in total).
  • Jan 2020: 16-22 = 75% took up to 16 months.  10% took over 22 months. (173 grants in total).
  • Dec 2019: 17-23 = 75% took up to 17 months.  10% took over 23 months.

They show the maximum time that it took for the fastest 75%, and the minimum time it took for the slowest 10%, of visas finalised in that month.

Partner Visa Processing Times November 2020

Visa75% of Visas Processed in up to15% of Visas processed between10% Of Visas Processed in over
10017 months17 & 22 months22 months
300 - PMV19 months19 & 21 months21 months
30918 months18 & 21 months21 months
80111 months11 & 19 months19 months
82023 months23 & 27 months27 months
Last updated: 18 December 2020 (for month ending November 2020)
N/A indicates that insufficient visas were finalised to produce meaningful statistics. Probably under 5.

Subclass 300 PMV Visa Grant numbers in 2020.

In the first 9 months of 2020 there were just over 620 subclass 300 Prospective Marriage Visas granted, with under 35 of these being in the last six months.

In the first 8 months of 2020 there were just over 610 subclass 300 Prospective Marriage Visas granted, with under 33 of these being in the last six months.


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In the first 7 months of 2020 there were just over 600 subclass 300 Prospective Marriage Visas granted, with under 14 of these being in the last four months.

  • 173 were granted in January 2020.
  • 241 were granted in February 2020.
  • 177 were granted in March 2020.
  • 0 were granted in April 2020.
  • under 5 were granted in May 2020.
  • 5 were granted in June 2020.
  • under 5 were granted in July 2020.
  • 7 in August 2020.
  • 13 in September 2020.
  • tba in October 2020.
  • tba in November 202o.
  • tba in December 2020.

That shows there were 591 grants in the first three months, but less than 14 grants in the three months, May to July.

The average number of subclass 300s finalised in the previous year was about 225 per month.

Source: Department of Home Affairs FOI request FA 20/08/00960

For examples of ACTUAL processing times see the comments section at the end of this post..
If you wish to add YOUR grant times to these pages, please complete our subclass 300 survey here.

It should be noted that the average processing time is often a lot less than the 75% maximum figure quoted.

The average processing time for the 2,705 subclass 300 visas finalised in the 2018/19 year was 334 calendar days (11.0 months).
75% were done in under 391 days (12.9 months).

Source: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au

Partner Visa Processing Times November 2020

4,978.1 - 373,702
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The information we give is based on personal experiences, reading and formulation of available statistics.
Some Visa Applicants might find an Experienced Australian Migration Agent of great assistance.

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