Investor Visa (subclass 891) – The Pathway to Permanent Residency

The Investor Visa (subclass 891) is a permanent visa that allows a person to obtain Australian Permanent Residency by making a significant financial investment in Australia. In order to be eligible to apply for this visa, a person must: already hold an Investor (Provisional)(Subclass 162) visa. Note: the subclass 162 is no longer open to new applicants, and have maintained …

Provisional Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 188)

This temporary visa is intended to attract new investment and business talent to Australia, while providing applicants with a pathway to permanent residence in Australia, via the subclass 888 permanent Business Innovation and Investment Visa. In order to be eligible for the subclass 188 visa, applicants must lodge submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) through the Department’s SkillSelect portal and …

Australian Investor Visas – Overview

There are two kinds of permanent visas that allow a person to obtain Australian Permanent Residency by making a significant financial investment in Australia. These are the Investor visa (subclass 891) and Business Innovation and Investment visa (subclass 888). Both of these visas require you to make a significant financial investment in Australia (between $1.5 million and $15 million, depending …

Australia – The New Land of Opportunity?

Global Australia Map

I recently returned from one of the most eye-opening cultural experiences of my life; 3 weeks in modern day America. It’s not the Confederate flag-waving, open carry nuts in the South that left an impression; indeed, we spent most of our time in the Pacific Northwest, where ‘Black Lives Matter’ banners and stickers outweigh even the Stars and Stripes in …