You might like to come to Australia, either on a short-term or long-term basis, to conduct business or attend business functions. Or you might consider setting up a new business in Australia. In these cases, you may qualify for one of a range of Business Skills visas, some of which are temporary and many of which can lead to permanent residency.
The Department of Home Affairs is responsible for business visas in Australia.
If you have business skills and want to set up and manage a new or existing business in Australia, the Provisional Business Innovation and Investment visa might be for you. Our business visa specialists can assist in making the right decision.
The Department of Home Affairs is responsible for Australian business visas.
Business Innovation and Investment visas
If you have business skills and want to set up and manage a new or existing business in Australia, take a look at the Provisional Business Innovation and Investment visas.
Eligibility for Business Visa Australia
You may also be eligible for the Permanent Business Talent visa if you:
- own or part-own an overseas business, have net business and personal assets of at least AUD $1.5 million, and an annual business turnover of at least AUD $3 million, or
- have obtained at least AUD $1 million in venture capital funding in Australia to develop a high-value business idea.
Contact our team for more information about Business Visas in Australia.
Business Owners Can Be Sponsored By A State or Territory
A Business Owner may also be sponsored by a State or Territory government.
Investors also may qualify for a visa under the Business Skills stream, depending upon their asset base.
Want to Work in Australia? Emergico can Help
There are many opportunities in Australia for skilled and talented business people and Emergico have a quality migration agent here to help. Let us help you work in Australia – the business opportunities are flourishing.