Australia is keen on attracting people who have a proven record in business investment or have the experience and skills to establish a business. The Business Skills Visa category - inclusive of all its subclasses - caters to people with different levels of business involvement, from people who want to attend a conference, training to people who want to conduct business with an Australia-based organisation, make a reconnaissance business visit, start a new enterprise or invest in one.
Use our overview to familiarise yourself with the major business visa categories and their key requirements.
Note: All requirements are not listed here. Our aim is to give you an idea of the classification and top-level requisites of business visas.
For a quick assessment of the most suitable category and a checklist of what you will need to apply for a Business Skills Visa, contact us.
Business visas can be short-term, provisional or permanent. You can get a short term or temporary business visa with a pathway to an independent permanent residence visa or a state/territory sponsored permanent residence. You need to ensure that your business proposal is not restricted by Australian legislation, and that all the registration, licensing requirements for your proposal are met.
Note: Acting, musical performances or commercial film making do not fall into the definition of ‘business’ in the context of this visa.
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- Provisional Business Visas
- Permanent Business Visas