Several migration pathways are available for experienced business people who can contribute positively to Australia’s economy. Within 24 months after initial entry to Australia, Business visa holders are expected to provide inputs into the economy by developing links with international markets, creating employment opportunities in the country, or introducing new or improved technology. They should also possibly add to commercial activity or competitiveness in their sector by exporting Australian goods/services, or by producing goods or services that would otherwise be imported.
The types of Business visas available include:
• Business Talent visa
• Business Innovation and Investment visa
• Business Investor Retirement visa
• Business Visitor Stream visa
Current updated information on Business visa requirements and procedures can be found at www.border.gov.au