Skilled professionals wishing to establish a business in Australia may be eligible to migrate in a two stage process.
Firstly, the applicant purchases or establishes a business in Australia which sponsors him or her as an employee together with their dependent family members. This achieves temporary residence for the business owner and their dependent family members through Temporary Business Entry.
Secondly, following operation of the business by the applicant, the business may nominate the applicant’s position as a permanent appointment and the applicant and their dependent family members apply for Permanent Residence pursuant to the Employer Nomination Scheme.
Business Migration is an economical, timely and efficient option for Business Owners and may be more preferable than Business Skills Migration.
This two stage process is detailed below.
A. Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) (Subclass 482 Visa Application)
For information about Temporary Business Entry.
B. Employer Nomination Application (Permanent Residence Subclass 186 Visa Application)
For information about Employer Nomination.
We recommend a professional consultation to discuss the abovementioned information and to review eligibility.
A professional consultation will enable us to explain the process more fully, appropriate options and strategies, timelines and costs and your prospects of success.
Please refer to the consultation page.
Disclaimer: This website contains information relating to some of the abovementioned visa categories and has been sanctioned by a Registered Migration Agent. The information is for general guidance only and readers should obtain appropriate professional advice relevant to their personal circumstances before taking any action. Strategic Migration expressly disclaims any liability should the reader act without a professional engagement with Strategic Migration under which you have paid professional fees for immigration advice or assistance.