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Business Migration to Australia

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  • November 14, 2014
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If you are planning for business immigration to Australia there are many ways to achieve it  
 
Having a good immigration proposal and planning upfront can streamline matters significantly, and ensure that the goals in starting a business in Australia are met with ease and speed.
 
There are a numerous Australian work visas that business people can obtain for themselves or their employees, most popularly they including:
 
Temporary Visa categories:
 
Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) Subclass 188 Visa
 
This is a 4-year provisional visa available to business owners and investors for new or existing businesses.
 
Significant Investor Subclass 188 Visa
 
This is a 4-year provisional visa for people willing to make a $5 million investment in Australia.
 
Business Visitor Visas
 
If you wish to visit Australia for 3 months or less to attend business meetings or to explore business opportunities, you may be interested in applying for a business visitor visa.
 
Permanent Visa categories
 
Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) Subclass 888 Visa
 
Business migrants who hold subclass 188 visas can apply for the Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) (subclass 888) in order to gain permanent residency.
 
The eligibility criteria for this visa is based on the subclass 188 visa stream that you originally applied for – the Business innovation stream, Investor stream or Significant investor stream.
 
The Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) (subclass 888) visa has three streams:
 
888 Business innovation stream (Permanent): this is the pathway to permanent residency for holders of the 188 visa subclass
 
Holders of a 444 subclass visa (New Zealand citizens), are able to apply for this visa without first being granted a 188 Business innovation stream (Provisional) visa.
 

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