Which business visa is right for you?
We’ve provided some general information on business visas below. These range from visitor visas to significant investor visas and, as you may already know, each visa has it’s own legislative requirements so it’s best to discuss your circumstances with a registered migration agent. At Immigration Experts Australia, we’re very experienced with processing business visas and specialise in the significant investor scheme.
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Business visitor stream (Subclass 600): For people that want to visit Australia in order to engage in business visitor activities.
Business Innovation Stream (Provisional) (Subclass 188): For people who have a successful business career, and have a genuine and realistic commitment to be involved as an owner in a new or existing business in Australia.
Investor (Provisional) (Subclass 188): For people who have a successful business or investment career, and have a genuine and realistic commitment to be involved in investing or business in Australia.
Investor Retirement Visa (Subclass 405): A temporary visa for people aged 55 years or older who are able to make a significant long term financial investment in Australia. This visa is not a pathway to a permanent visa.
Independent Executive Further Application Onshore (Subclass 457IEFAO)
High-Calibre Business People
Business Talent (Migrant) (Subclass 132): For high calibre business people, sponsored by a state or territory of Australia, who are owners or part owners of an overseas business and have a genuine and realistic commitment to participate in the management of a new or existing business in Australia.
Significant Investor Visa (Provisional) (Subclass 188): For people who have at least AUD $5,000,000 and have a genuine and realistic commitment to be involved in investing in Australia.