Australian Investor Visas
Tailored Solutions to Meet Your Requirements
Migration Investment streams for Australia is the fastest growing area of immigration law as people recognise Australian residency by investment is not just a desirable way to emigrate, but a vital part of many effective Australian immigration cases.
The most popular Investor Visas in brief
Here we review the qualifying criteria, benefits and the drawbacks of the most popular investment and entrepreneur visas available for Australia today.
Permanent Residency on arrival - $595k
(Our most popular choice)
Provides Permanent Residency on arrival, has no upper age limit and no previous business experience is required. For AUD 595,000 you may be eligible to for permanent residency on arrival. By securing shares in a compliant Australian company. We assist our clients to find the perfect shareholding to meet their emigration requirements.
Business Investor - $1.5m
(Our 2nd most popular option)
This lesser-known route to securing Permanent Residency on arrival offers investors an opportunity to start a business or invest in bricks and mortar construction projects. Many view property as a safe investment over the long term, along with offering the potential of securing sizable returns on the initial capital.
Open a Business from $340k to $520k
(Our 3rd most popular option)
This is a subsection of the five 188 visas available for investors and entrepreneurs. Each with its own qualifying criteria which change depending on the state or territory where you make your investment and or open your business.
You may run your business to achieve the minimum qualifying requirements for Permanent residency after 2-years, or we can arrange a complete managed solution.
Significant Investor – $5m
For those who require a more diverse passive investment portfolio. The Significant Investor Visa (SIV) under the 188 visa stream is a popular choice. Once the investment portfolio is in place the emigration process can be completed quickly.
Government Bonds – $1.5m
For those risk-averse, under 50 yrs, having previously owned a business or have significant investment experience. Investing AUD 1.5m in Govt. Bonds for 4-years is an interesting alternative.