Australia offers several types of business visas that allow individuals to establish or manage a business in Australia, invest in Australian businesses, or participate in a business-related event or conference. The different types of business visas include:
- Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188): This visa category is for individuals who are interested in investing or starting a business in Australia. It has five streams, including Business Innovation, Investor, Significant Investor, Premium Investor, and Entrepreneur.
- Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132): This visa category is for individuals who are high-calibre business people who want to establish or develop a business in Australia. It has two streams, including Significant Business History and Venture Capital Entrepreneur.
- Temporary Activity visa (subclass 408): This visa category is for individuals who want to participate in a specific business-related event or activity in Australia, such as a conference or training program.
The requirements and eligibility criteria for each type of business visa can vary, and there may be waiting periods or processing times involved. It is important to carefully review the requirements and seek professional advice before applying for a business visa in Australia.