Australia Business Visa – Types and Details

People migrate to Australia with business intentions such as setting up a new office, procuring a business in Australia or as a business owner or investor. Business visa immigrants are allowed to transfer a specific percentage of their assets post immigration. The immigration authority insists on specific types of visas depending on the purpose. Some of the common types of business visas are as follows:

  1. Business visitor visa – This is for people who need to visit Australia for business purposes. This visa lets them conduct general business or employment enquiries. The person can investigate, negotiate, review, or sign a business contract. They are also allowed to participate in conferences and seminars provided the organiser is not paying them for the participation. A business visitor visa for eligible countries generates an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) which is valid for 12 months and one can stay up to three months during each visit. Applicants from non-eligible countries are provided with a visa term of usually three, six or twelve months.
  2. Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188) – This visa allows one to run a new or existing business in Australia. The maximum stay period is up to four years and three months with multiple entries. The applicant can bring their family under this visa category. A new visa can be applied for once the existing one expires. One of the benefits of this visa is that the applicant can apply for permanent residence via the Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa (subclass 888) after fulfilling the criteria.
  3. Business Innovation and Investment (Permanent) visa (subclass 888) – This visa category is only extended to those already in Australia under the Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188). It allows the applicant to stay in Australia once they procure permanent residence and travel with multiple entries. They can bring their dependants/ family as well.
  4. Entrepreneur stream 188E – Under this category, the applicant needs to be nominated by the Australian state or the Territory government, for which they should submit their interest under the skill selection scheme. The entrepreneur work visa is for a period of four years for entrepreneurs with extraordinary business ideas and third-party financial backing. This visa can be applied by persons who reside both in Australia and abroad.

For quick Australian Business Visa processing

Aura Migration Services is Western Sydney’s most reliable visa processing agent. We deal with all kinds of visas such as work visa, business visa, family or partner visa, student visa, visit visa, working holiday maker visa, general skilled migration visa, employer sponsored visa, study and professional year visa, temporary visa, citizenship application visa and so on. Registered under the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA), we abide by all the regulations and rules framed by the body and our experts undertake regular Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in order to keep themselves updated with the evolving rules under the immigration department. Over the years, we have assisted a large clientele including business owners, professionals, entrepreneurs, students, and migrants to materialise their dream of moving to Australia. Once a customer registers with us, a specialist is appointed to always assist them. We start with understanding the client’s requirements, then move on to give them the checklist of documents and then assist them in the application process. We offer ultimate confidentiality when it comes to dealing with customer information and you can be guaranteed that the data is secure with us.

Aura Migration Services is largely approached by business operators and entrepreneurs who want to move to Australia under business investment visa, business visitor visa, entrepreneur work visa, small business visa, business owner visa and so on. With visa categories such as Business Innovation and Investment (Provisional) visa (subclass 188), there is a provision to apply for the permanent residence as well. We assist our client in further processing or re-applying for new visas as well.

If you are a business owner looking for quick processing of a new business visa, visit our website at For tariffs and customisations, call us on +61 490 173 525 or write to us at

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