BUSINESS VISA

BUSINESS VISA

Australia is a great place to do business. People wanting to start a business or invest in Australia can do so with the right visa. Employers can also bring genuinely skilled workers to Australia when they cannot find an appropriately skilled Australian.

The types of Visas Australian Government offers are: (this may change time to time; for details please contact Department of Immigration and Boarder Protection (http://www.immi.gov.au/Visas/Pages/190.aspx ).

Permanent Work Visas:

  • 124 – Distinguished Talent
  • 132 – Business Talent (Permanent)
  • 186 – Employer Nomination Scheme
  • 187 – Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme
  • 189 – Skilled Independent
  • 489 – Skilled Regional (Provisional)
  • 858 – Distinguished Talent
  • 887 – Skilled Regional
  • 888 – Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent)
  • 893 – State / Territory Sponsored Investor
  • 890 – Business Owner
  • 891 – Investor

Sponsored / Nominated Work Visas

  • 186 – Employer Nomination Scheme
  • 187 – Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme
  • 188 – Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional)
  • 190 – Skilled Nominated
  • 457 – Temporary Work (skilled)
  • 887 – Skilled Regional
  • 892 – State / Territory Sponsored Business Owner
  • 893 – State / Territory Sponsored Investor

Temporary Work Visas:

  • 400 – Temporary Work (Short Stay Activity)
  • 401 – Temporary Work (Long Stay Activity)
  • 403 – Temporary Work (International Relations)
  • 416 – Seasonal Worker Program
  • 420 – Temporary Work (Entertainment)
  • 417 – Working Holiday
  • 461 – New Zealand Citizen Family Relationship (Temporary)
  • 462 – Work and Holiday
  • 457 – Temporary Work (Skilled)
  • 476 – Skilled Recognized Graduate
  • 485 – Temporary Graduate
  • 488 – Superyacht Crew
  • 942 – Crew Travel Authority
  • 988 – Maritime Crew

Visiting for work Visas:

  • 600 – Visitor
  • 601 – Electronic Travel Authority
  • 651 – eVisitor

Bridging Visas:

  • 010 – Bridging Visa A-BVA
  • 020 – Bridging Visa B-BVB
  • 030 – Bridging Visa C-BVC
  • 040 – 041 Bridging Visa D-BVD
  • 051 – Bridging Visa E-BVE

If you choose to use a migration agent, you should use a registered migration agent. In Australia, agents must be registered with the Office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA). The list of MARA registered Migration Agent is available at Australian Government – Office of the Migration Agents

Registration Authority https://www.mara.gov.au/

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