Give your Australian Business Visa Application The Best Chance of Success
Many business owners, investors and senior managers each year emigrate to Australia to pursue new business and family lives down under. Business migrants are influences by a range of factors to emigrate, some quite personal and other factors commonly shared – a desire to live in a warmer climate for example or perhaps to pursue a new business opportunity.
One of the biggest challenges to become a business migrant to Australia is successfully obtaining an Australian buisness visa. Even with high levels of ability and wide experience in business management or investment activities, most business people can still be stumped by complex visas requirements the Australian government has established to assess them as a possible business migrant.
To make matters more challenging, many business people are also time-poor – excellent time managers – but still time-poor, after all there are only so many hours in the day. Their schedules are an ongoing balancing act between business commitments and family life. Having to then study and understand business migration rules and regulations for hours and hours can be a daunting prospect.
If you are a business person reading this who is looking at apply for an Australian business visa and perhaps can relate to what I have said, consider the significant amount of work and possible stress you will be adding to your already full life.
Are you ready to take this on?
There are no guarantees of success when making an application despite the complex process you must go through but you have to give yourself the best chance of success of when taking on the process.
As an Australian registered migration agent acting for my clients, I can effectively and competently navigate the maze of Australian Immigration system, and lead my client from lodging an application through to visa approval, start to finish.
I am a qualified Australian solicitor and currently hold a legal practising certificate through the Queensland Law Society. My legal skills and background have been a significant positive influence on my effectiveness as an Australian registered migration agent.
For the last 7 years I have acted for clients in their applications for Australian visas. I specialise in Australian business visa applications. I am currently registered as a migration agent through the Migration Agent Regulation Authority (MARN 050113) . The Australian Department of Immigration strongly recommends to anyone who intends to engage a migration agent to ensure they are a registered agent.
I work hard at being an Australian business visa specialist and have significant experience in preparing and lodging numerous business visa applications with the Department of Immigration.
To date I have a 100% success rate.‘My family and I have recently been granted the State/Territory Sponsored Business Owner (Provisional)(Subclass 163) visa from the Department of Immigration and Citizenship of the Australian Government. Mege Dalton of Austraian Business Visas was our agent who helped us achieve this. We were always happy with Mege’s assistance, she offers a high standard of service, she is friendly and warm but extremely efficient, she knows her stuff! We are very grateful for her help and would recommend her wholeheartedly to any one interested in acquiring a business visa for Australia and of course to all those dairy farmers out there thinking of making the big move.’
R & S Drost, Subclass 163 Sponsored Business Owner visa holder – Ireland ( settling in Tasmania)
‘Mege,We cannot thank you enough for all you help in obtaining our business visa. You kept us well informed all the way through and you were always quick to respond to any of our questions (and still are even now we have the visa).
I don’t think we could have managed it without you, you kept us feeling positive and kept our dream alive, and thanks to you we are looking forward to our new life in Australia – its so exciting!
Thank you so much.’
K & G Mallon – Subclass 163 Sponsored Business Owner visa holder – United Kingdom ( settling in Queensland)
As a client:-
What a client can expect from me:-
I can explain the complex visa requirements in terms my clients will understand, I can also help them understand any issues they may be facing in their particular situation and offer help on how to move forward. I guide my clients every step of the way on specific evidence they need to provide to satisfy the government case officers. Nothing is left up to my client to figure out for themselves which will expand their time and energy unnecessarily. Obtaining a full assessment of eligibility for a business visa is a must for any business person thinking about emigrating to Australia. Its the important first step. My assessment is professional, efficient and stress free.
You may also want to check out some employment websites such as the JobisJob.com.au jobs directory to get an idea of today’s popular careers and businesses in Australia.
I hope that you find what you need in terms of information or advice about business visas, or the Australian immigration process in general, whether it’s through me or any other agents or resources.
All the best,
PS – When it comes to your visa application – the action plan of your dreams and aspirations for emigrating to Australia, there are no guarantees. Anyone who tells you different is kidding you. Be smart about the approach which is going to give you the best chance of success and help you keep your mental health intact for the duration. As I said my success rate is 100%, when you finally have your visa in hand, the possibilities of life in Australia really begin to become a certainty. Contact me and get more information about your particular situation.
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