Australian business investor visa, a complete guide dms migration

Australian Immigration Business Skills Visa, is available to businessmen, high net worth individuals, or venture capital firms, who have established business enterprises and/or keen to invest in Australia. Australia being one of the best and stable economies in the world, is highly attractive investment destination. The Australia Business Visas are given to experienced business people to migrate to Australia and set up their businesses or invest in businesses in Australia. The Australian government has made business immigration to Australia from across the world very encouraging. Australia Business Visa Requirements:

Investors Visa in Australia requires few guidelines to be met, which are different from guidelines set for individuals and travellers. There are again 3 types of Investor Visas available for you to choose. We will help you select suitable category for you, based on the size of your investment and interest. Higher the investment, higher will be the benefits offered by the Australian states and lesser will be the eligibility criteria for permanent residency.

Read the detailed guideline for getting visa for business investment in Australia under Subclass 188. The business investment visa (subclass 188) is initially granted on provisional basis for 4 years. Upon completion of the provisional term and meeting the eligibility criteria, the business migrants can apply for Australia Permanent business visa under subclass 888.

• If you are investing in partnership: It is mandatory for the business investment visa applicants, either solely, or in partnership to have managed a business enterprise and/ or investment of proposed size directly for at least one year in the last 5 fiscal years before the invitation for application is issued by DIBP. It can be either in a way of: 1) Owning AUD 1.5 million either solely, combined or by your partner. OR; 2) either you, your partner or both of you must own at least 10% of ownership interest in the proposed business or similar business interests.

• Mobilisation of investment: The Department of Immigration and Border Protection must be shown that you own minimum of AUD 2.25 million as net assets / business just before 2 years of receiving invitation for investment visa in Australia and that you can legally transfer the funds to Australia within 2 years of your investment visa issuance.

• Investment: Business immigrations as a form of investments are supposed to invest at least AUD 1.5 million in the designated territory of Australia and hold the same for at least 4 years after the business investment visa issuance. The invested funds must be derived from either eligible business or appropriate funds ready to be invested (Refer point 8 above)

The taxation laws of Australia apply to every business investment and venture of business immigrants. One business immigration visa application will suffice, even if you have one or more business ventures. The turnover of 2 of your substantial business ventures can be combined to reach the marked business turnover / assets in eligibility criteria for business investment in Australia.

Another important requirement in business immigration visa type, is the applicant must engage in ‘Complying Entrepreneur Activity’. Meaning, the applicant can engage in any business activity that leads to commercialisation of products or services, excluding; labour hire, residential properties and buying out an existing business entity or franchise in Australia.

State Sponsorship: Submit your expression of interest (EOI) through SkillSelect online. You must have investment plan and / or business proposal to the desired state in Australia. The plan should comprise an extensive study of Australian business scenario. You should nominate a state/ territory of Australia as your chosen destination through SkillSelect from DIBP site.

You can include your family members while you are lodging business visa for Australia on DIBP site. You can include your spouse or de facto partner, your or your partner’s child/ step-child in the visa application along with supporting documents that prove the claimed relationship. You and your family members must meet health and character requirements before visa is issued. How do you get Permanent Business Investor Visa in Australia (subclass-888)?

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