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Business Visitor Visas

| January 15, 2018

Business Visitor visas allow applicants to conduct short business trips to Australia. Duration and Conditions A Business Visitor visa allows the holder to remain in Australia for up to 3 months at a time to conduct business activities. The business visitor visa cannot be extended whilst in Australia. The visa has only limited work rights […]

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Permanent Business Talent Visa

| January 15, 2018

Business Talent (Migrant) visas are permanent visas available to applicants in two streams: Significant Business History Stream: for people with ownership interests in large businesses Venture Capital Entrepreneur Stream: for people who have access to venture capital funding of at least AUD 1 million Duration and Conditions This visa grants permanent residence status. Where to […]

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Permanent Business Innovation and Investment Visa ( Subclass 888 )

| January 15, 2018

The Subclass 888 Business Innovation and Investment (Residence) visa is the permanent stage for the subclass 188 Business Innovation and Investment visa. There are two streams depending on which stream was applied for at the provisional visa stage: Business Innovation Stream: requires you to have established a business in Australia which meets certain asset and […]

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Entrepreneur Visa ( Subclass 188 – E )

| January 15, 2018

The Entrepreneur visa is a 4 year visa for people who have investor funding to develop an enterprise or business in Australia. It is one of the streams within the Subclass 188 Business Innovation and Investment visa. Duration and Conditions This is a 4 year temporary visa. Once you have established business operations in Australia, […]

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Premium Investor Visa ( Subclass 188 – D )

| January 15, 2018

The Premium Investor visa is a 4 year visa for people willing to make an AUD 15 million investment in Australia. It is one of the streams within the Subclass 188 Business Innovation and Investment visa. Duration and Conditions This is a 4 year temporary visa. Once you have maintained an investment in Australia for […]

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Significant Investor Visas (Subclass 188 – C)

| January 15, 2018

The Significant Investor visa is a 4 year visa for people willing to make an AUD 5 million investment in Australia. It is one of the streams within the Subclass 188 Business Innovation and Investment visa. Duration and Conditions This is a 4 year temporary visa. Once you have maintained an investment in Australia for […]

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Investor Stream ( Subclass 188 – B )

| January 15, 2018

Duration and Conditions This is a 4 year temporary visa. Once you have maintained an investment in Australia for 4 years, you can apply for permanent residence through the Business Innovation & Investment (Residence) Subclass 888 visa. Where do you apply in Australia or Overseas? You can either be in Australia or overseas when you […]

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Business and Innovation Stream (Subclass 188 – A)

| January 15, 2018

Duration and Conditions This is a 4 year temporary visa. Once you have established an ownership interest in an Australian business, you can apply for permanent residence through the Business Innovation & Investment (Residence) Subclass 888 visa. A 2-year extension is possible once you have held the subclass 188 visa for 3 years, giving you […]

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Business Innovation and Investment Visas (Subclass 188 )

| January 15, 2018
Business Innovation and Investment Visas (Subclass 188 )

  Provisional Business Innovation and Investment (Subclass 188) visas are for investors and business owners that wish to establish business operations in Australia. The visa is valid for 4 years. There are 5 eligibility streams: A. Business Innovation – for business owners seeking to establish business operations in Australia B. Investor – for people who […]

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Immigration Solutions for Corporate World

| November 28, 2017
Immigration Solutions for Corporate World

At Avustralya Göç Ajansı (Visa Agency – Australia), we understand that quality employees are the greatest resource for any business and sometimes it is difficult to source this talent within Australian shores. Looking abroad to find the solution comes with inherent issues, especially where visa applications are concerned. Many businesses and individuals go through the […]

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10 Best Ways to Manage Stress / Sherrie Campbell

| November 15, 2017
10 Best Ways to Manage Stress / Sherrie Campbell

When you are migrant or international student in a new country, stress is a part of daily life. It is important to manage well to succeed. So we think Sherrie Campbell’s article will be very useful when you adjusting into your new life. Actualy, stress is built into leading our lives, to keep us calm […]

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Changes on Working Visas (old 457) from July 2017

| July 3, 2017
Changes on Working Visas (old 457) from July 2017

Previously Australian government had announced from 1st of July 2017, many changes to 457 visa are coming in to effect that it will introduce some reforms to Australia’s temporary employer sponsored skilled migration programmes. The reforms were to include abolishing of Temporary (Skilled) (subclass 457) visa (457 visa) and replacing it with a completely new […]

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Business Visas

| October 21, 2016
Business Visas

Moving to Australia, settling there and calling it home isn’t as straightforward as putting in an application. With that said, Australia is keen to bring together business people and their skills from all over the world, and they do make the country accessible for those looking for an opportunity in setting up business in Australia. […]

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FactCheck: what are the real numbers on refugees and migrants coming to Australia?

| October 18, 2016
FactCheck: what are the real numbers on refugees and migrants coming to Australia?

On Q&A programme of ABC, panellists duelled over the numbers of migrants Australia takes a year. Is it 200,000 or 800,000? How many are permanent and how many are temporary? Let’s check the facts. Checking the source The Conversation asked the three panellists for sources and comment to support their statements. Shen Narayanasamy referred to […]

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