Business Talent Subclass 132 visa
The Business Talent subclass 132 visa grants is for business people with a long term commitment to develop and grow a business in Australia. The subclass 132 visa grants permanent residency to visa holders.
Summary of 132 visa application process:
- Submit an EOI, selecting your business destination state of choice.
- The state or territory will assess your EOI and nominate you to apply.
- On receiving a nomination, submit your visa application within 60 days, along with supporting documents relating to you, your business history and your proposed business venture.
The Business Talent subclass 132 has two streams:
Significant Business History: for high-calibre business owners who want to have a major role in a new or existing business in Australia.
VCE Entrepreneur: for Australian VCE funded entrepreneurs.
Both of these streams require supporting documents and information about your business history. Please follow the links below to learn more about each stream.
How the Australian Business Migration Group works
The Australian Business Migration Group’s migration agent, Greg Nicolson, is registered with the Australian Government’s governing body, the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) and is a signatory to the MARA Code of Conduct.
Through Mr Nicolson, the Australian Business Migration Group assesses each Australian business visa enquiry on its merit and whether it is likely of being granted a 132 visa. We will not recommend you apply for a 132 visa if we believe it is unlikely to be granted. We will explain why and advise what further steps you can take.
For a meeting or an initial assessment, please contact Mr Nicolson through our contact form or by telephoning: +61 (0)422 777 029 or 1300 794 680.