Investor and Business Visas: Ignite Your Entrepreneurial Journey with KIG Migration

Embark on a dynamic entrepreneurial adventure with KIG Migration’s expert guidance on Investor and Business Visas for Australia. Tailored to suit various business and investment goals, these visas open doors to a flourishing business landscape in the Land Down Under.

Why Choose Investor and Business Visas?

Australia’s Investor and Business Visas are designed to attract individuals with a keen interest in contributing to the country’s economic growth. Whether you seek to invest, establish, or manage a business, these visas offer a pathway to turn entrepreneurial dreams into reality

Key Benefits of Skilled Migration:


Visa Types :

Business Innovation and Investment Visa (Subclass 188):

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Business Innovation Stream

For individuals with business skills looking to establish, develop, and manage a new or existing business in Australia.

Investor Stream:

For individuals willing to make a designated investment in an Australian state or territory and maintain business and investment activity in Australia.

Significant Investor Stream :

For individuals willing to invest a significant sum in complying investments in Australia.

Entrepreneur Stream:

For individuals with a funding agreement from a third party for a complying entrepreneur activity.

Business Talent (Permanent) Visa (Subclass 132):

Significant Business History Stream: For high-caliber business owners or part-owners who want to establish business operations in Australia.

Venture Capital Entrepreneur Stream :

For individuals with at least AUD 1 million in venture capital funding to develop a high-value business idea..

Processing Steps

Submission of Expression of Interest (EOI) through the SkillSelect system, expressing your interest in the Business Innovation and Investment Visa .

Nomination by an Australian state or territory government for certain subclasses, enhancing your chances of visa invitation.

Submission of a comprehensive visa application including business plans, financial documents, and evidence of complying investments.

Actively engage in the establishment and operation of the nominated business or investment activity.Compliance with visa conditions and reporting obligations to the Department of Home Affairs.

Required Documents Business Visa:

The Australia Business Visa program includes various visa types, such as the Business Innovation and Investment visas. These visas aim to attract business owners, investors, and skilled individuals to contribute to the Australian economy. They are designed for those who want to establish or manage a business, invest, or undertake entrepreneurial activities in Australia. Requirements and eligibility criteria vary depending on the specific visa subclass. It’s advisable to check the official website of the Department of Home Affairs in Australia for the most up-to-date and detailed information.

  • Certified copy of birth certificate.
  • Passport Copies: Colored copies of all passport pages.
  • Photos: Additional passport-sized photographs adhering to Australian visa photo specifications.
  • Educational Certificates: Attestation Certified copies of all educational certificates and transcripts.
  • Employment Reference Letters: Detailed letters from employers validating work experience and roles.
  • Skills Assessment Report: The official skills assessment report issued by the relevant Australian assessing authority.
  • Expression of Interest (EOI) Approval: Proof of approval for the Expression of Interest (EOI).
  • Health Insurance: Evidence of Overseas Visitors Health Cover (OVHC) or proof of alternative health insurance.
  • Statement of Purpose: A letter outlining your intentions and plans upon moving to Australia.

Note: Note: The document requirements may vary based on the specific visa subclass, business type, and individual circumstances. Always refer to the latest guidelines from the Department of Home Affairs in Australia and seek guidance from KIG Migration for personalized assistance.

Why Choose KIG Migration for Business Visa?

Who Can Apply?

Skilled migration is open to professionals across diverse sectors, including but not limited to Information Technology, Engineering, Healthcare, and Finance.

From Which Countries Can You Apply?

Individuals from various countries are eligible to apply for skilled migration to Australia. Our global presence allows us to assist applicants from the Middle East, Europe, UK, USA, Srilanka, Singapore, parts of Africa and from Asia.

Embark on a journey of professional success with KIG Migration. Contact us today to initiate your skilled migration to Australia and unlock a world of career opportunities. Your Australian dream begins with us!

Faq's On Australia Business Visa :

Australia offers various business visas, including the Business Visitor Visa, Business Innovation and Investment visas, and the Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa.

Business Visitor Visas do not permit employment. If you plan to work, you may need a different work visa.

The investment requirements vary. It is recommended to check the specific criteria outlined by the Australian immigration authorities.

Family members may be eligible for dependent visas, allowing them to accompany you during your business activities.

Required documents may include proof of business purpose, financial statements, and a letter of invitation. Check the specific requirements for your chosen business visa.