These types of visas allow you to own and manage a business in Australia, conduct business and investment activities or undertake a business activity in the country.
This type of visa is given to people who wish to enter Australia to analyse certain investment opportunities or to manage existing businesses in the country.
They can be granted temporarily or permanently to business owners or executives managing a third party’s investment, making it a good opportunity to immigrate to Australia.
The applicant can be a capitalist, a senior entrepreneur, or a high-ranking executive. The profile of the interested party will determine the type of “visa for business people” that corresponds to him.
This is granted to applicants who wish to enter Australia for up to three months for the purpose of conducting business activities.
In this category, several types of visas can be identified:
The “Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) Business Entrant” visa can be given for long visits (class 956) with a maximum duration of three months each, as long as the passport is valid; or for short visits (class 977) with a maximum duration of three months, each visit in a maximum period of 12 months.
It is awarded to those who attend workshops, seminars, conventions or conferences or hold informal study or training sessions. It is granted to passport holders of the following countries:
Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France
Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein
Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Monaco, Holland, Norway, Portugal, Republic of San Marino
Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Taiwan, United Kingdom, United States and Vatican City
Additionally, citizens of Brunei, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and the United States can also apply for the ETA Business visa through an online service.
Short-term business visa in Australia
The subclass 456 visa is granted to people for visits of up to three months in duration for the purpose of conducting negotiations, analysing the investment market or attending business conferences and conventions.
This visa allows multiple entries and exits from Australia and grants the visa applicant to bring their spouse and dependent children.
Short Term Sponsored Business Visa in Australia
Subclass 459 is granted to people who have a sponsor in Australia and who wish to make a visit of fewer than three months for economic activities that may include a conference, a negotiation or an exploratory visit to make investments.
Candidates for this visa are those persons who are not eligible to obtain an “electronic authorisation for business travel”.
Sponsors in this visa category can be: a member of the Australian Parliament; a representative of the so-called Commonwealth; an Australian territory, a local authority such as a governor or mayor; or any other body approved by the corresponding ministry.
If you are a business owner, you want to invest, or you are an entrepreneur in Visado, we help you apply for a business or investor visa.
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