In this PDF document, it says:
Are there exceptions?
Yes. You do not have to prove any knowledge of German, as a rule, if one of the following statements applies:
• Your spouse is a citizen of Australia, Israel, Japan, Canada, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand , United States of America, Andorra, Honduras, Monaco or San Marino.
Is this real? I am Australian and already married in Germany and living here. I'm about to apply for a visa but I still have no German language certificates and can't speak German, as I was told and read this before we married. So I thought I can learn German on my own time (after I apply for my visa) and own money. I'm just going off their information. Surely they can't reject me for reading off their website.