Under the Australian Residency by Investment programme, four key 188 visas provide investors opportunities to emigrate.
Tasmania seeks interest from successful business owners, innovators, and entrepreneurs with the ability to operate businesses and develop business concepts that will genuinely benefit Tasmania’s economy through:
When considering proposals, Tasmania will give high regard to the following:
The following business activities will generally be excluded under the Business Innovation stream:
Other than requested by the Department of Home Affairs. Tasmania does not impose any increase in the 65 points required. However, it does look to ensure any investment would benefit its local economy in an environmentally sustainable way.
Your business concept must promote innovation and new technology or enhance industry capability and:
When considering proposals, Migration Tasmania will also give high regard to the following:
Proposals related to the following business areas will generally be excluded under the Entrepreneur stream:
Each year, the Australian federal and state governments review the 188 visa programme to ensure it delivers the best possible outcomes for Australia. Where deemed necessary changes are introduced without advanced notice. State governments open and close the investor visa stream within their respective jurisdictions as deem necessary to meet the local economic objectives.
That said, once an investor secures an invitation to emigrate (State Nomination), any future changes to the emigration policy will not affect their case.