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Australian Immigration Help and Processes

International Business & Introduction Brokers (Migration Agents and Australian Business Brokers) are skilled in providing Australian immigration help, this includes the tailored packaging of the total process right through from enquiry, recommended visa application, business introduction/purchase, relocation assistance to permanent residency therefore providing a smoother cultural and resettlement transition. Also See Migrancy Assistance.

All immigration into Australia is controlled by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship. Because of the potential complexity and cost of permanent residency approval, it is important that intending migrants familiarise themselves with the process. There are a number of Business Skills Visa subclasses, please go to Business immigration to Australia.

Australia is actively encouraging Business skills entrants to set up business in regional, rural or low growth areas of Australia. State/Territory government sponsorship is available for each category, this enable States to attract the types of Business people to assist in economic development of specific areas. Substantial concessions are available for those sponsored categories at both provisional and permanent residence stages.

The majority of business skills entrants will enter Australia initially on a provisional (temporary) visa for 4 years and, after satisfactory evidence of a specified level of business or investment activity, may apply for permanent residence. The pathway to permanent residence is designed to give clarity and certainty to provisional business migrants and relies upon the establishment and management of genuine business activity in Australia.

There is also provision for high calibre business migrants to obtain up front direct permanent residence if they have high level business attributes and are sponsored by a State or Territory.

Go to Migrancy Assessment and complete the assessment application which will allow InBIB to make a determination on the type of Visa we recommend you apply for and to discuss your options.

Disclaimer

Australian Immigration Law and Policy is subject to constant change. While every effort is made to ensure information on this site is current and accurate, this cannot be guaranteed. The information is provided as general guidance only and no responsibility will be accepted for any adverse consequence which may arise from any action taken on the basis of material provided in this site, regardless as to any possible error or omission. It is recommended that any and all information be verified by a registered migration agent at INBIB or The Australian Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs.