Australian Business Visas
We Cover All Australian Major Cities Including Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane & Perth
This visa is for successful business owners or investors from overseas who are willing invest in new or existing business in Australia or make designated investment in Australia State or Territory government bonds.
This visa is the second stage of the Business Innovation and Investment visa. You can apply for this 888 permanent visa after holding the 188 provisional visa either for 2 years in the Business Innovation Stream or 4 years in the Investor Stream and you have met all prescribed criteria.
The significant investor visa allows overseas applicants who invest at least $5m in ‘complying investments’ in Australia for 4 years to obtain permanent residence. There is no Age or English Requirements.
This is a permanent visa designed for high calibre business people who are owners or part owners of an overseas business and have a genuine and realistic commitment to participate in the management of a new or existing business in Australia.
If you need to get a business visa for Australia, AIMS can help. We have a national network of expert immigration lawyers and consultants who are able to make the process of obtaining a business visa in Australia as smooth and trouble-free as possible.
Business visas are necessary for various activities related to business in Australia, whether you engage in trade while in Australia or not.
Melbourne is a popular destination for business travellers, and is often thought of as the fashion capital of Australia. The city hosts a number of trade shows and conventions throughout the year, and is often the venue for major conferences.
AIMS has expert immigration lawyers ready to help you get your business visa for Melbourne right now.
Sydney is Australia’s largest city (in terms of population), and is a major centre of business. IT and telecommunications are big industries in Sydney, along with banking. Many Sydney suburbs are home to the nation’s wealthiest citizens, so there is a strong demand for luxury goods in Sydney.
To find out more about getting your business visa for Sydney, talk to an expert immigration lawyer at AIMS today.
Perth is one of Australia’s most interesting cities to do international trade with. It is isolated from the rest of Australia by a huge expanse of desert, and most of the surrounding state is also desert. Yet beneath these desert sands is a massive mineral wealth on which Perth has become rich, along with many of her citizens.
Offshore there is oil drilling, and there is also a large fishing industry. In the northern waters of Western Australia, pearl diving is also an industry.
Opportunities for trade are very good in all sectors, but especially good for those representing engineering companies and suppliers of mining or drilling equipment.
Additionally the high wealth many residents of Perth enjoy means there is good demand for some of the finer things in life, and luxury imported goods can sell quite well here.
You can get your business visa for Perth more easily by talking with an immigration lawyer from AIMS.
Brisbane is the major city of the tropical state of Queensland. Within the metropolitan region, tourism, consumer goods, banking, IT and telecommunications are the main industries.
Outside the city the primary industries are fruit and vegetable growing (especially sugar cane, bananas, mangoes, and chilli), cattle raising, sheep raising, forestry, fishing, and mining.
Prices for most things tend to be lower in Queensland than in other states, and Brisbane is one of Australia’s most affordable cities to live in. You won’t find the same strong demand for luxury items in Brisbane, but just an hour away on the Gold Coast there are many more high wealth individuals, providing the opportunities for luxury importers.
When you are ready to apply for a business visa in Brisbane, contact AIMS first to make sure you have the best chance of success.
Adelaide has one of the smallest populations for a major Australian city. Only Canberra, Hobart, and Darwin have smaller populations. South Australians are, however, enthusiastic buyers of all kinds of goods.
There is a strong market for sustainable energy products and anything that can be labelled as “environmentally friendly”. There is also a strong demand for imported food items, especially delicatessen style foods. Unlike many other Australian cities, the demand for European goods is especially high.
South Australia is also home to most of the nation’s most successful wine producers. For importers and exporters, the thriving wine industry can provide many opportunities.
If you’d like to get a business visa for Adelaide, contact AIMS to find out how we can help.
Darwin is not a large city and most industry is related to agriculture, mining, and fishing. The city is more of an exporter than an importer, so if you are looking for Australian goods to export, Darwin is a place you might consider visiting.
There is certainly opportunity to import as well, but the small population and lower levels of wealth in most of the population means the situation is not as lucrative as other major Australian cities will generally prove to be.
If you’d like to visit Darwin for business, AIMS can help.
Hobart is Australia’s most southern capital city. Located on the island state of Tasmania, it acts as a gateway to the entire state. The state population is not much higher than 400,000 people, but there is still quite strong demand for all kinds of goods among this small population.
The major industries in Tasmania are forestry, farming, and fishing. A small amount of mining takes place on the west coast and in the far north west of the state. Tasmania also manufactures boats, which are exported internationally, especially high speed multi-hull ferries.
Tasmania is mainly an export state, so the main opportunities are for those who would like to bring Tasmanian produce back to their home country. Import opportunities are limited to consumer goods, industrial machinery, IT products, agricultural machinery and veterinary products. Virtually everything else is imported from the mainland or is already being supplied.
Of some additional interest may be that Hobart is also the gateway to Antarctic territory, and some of the islands between Tasmania and Antarctica (many of which are research stations). This means potentially some opportunity for importing scientific instruments, medical equipment, communications equipment, and equipment related to search and rescue.
For assistance with obtaining a business visa to Hobart, get in touch with AIMS.
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