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Purchasing a property In Australia 2020 – For temporary and permanent residents

Purchasing a property In Australia 2020 – For temporary and permanent residents

Buying an Australia property as an immigrant on a visa can be difficult. Whether you are a permanent resident or a temporary resident, there are many visa requirements as well as Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) requirements a migrant must be aware of. When investing in Australian property temporary residents, foreign investors, and even visa holders may be approved to purchase using home loans.

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South Australia - The Best State For The Business Talent 132 Visa

South Australia - The Best State For The Business Talent 132 Visa

Even though the Business Talent 132 visa is available throughout all of Australia, South Australia sponsors over 50% of all 132 visa applicants every year.

So, why is South Australia so attractive to 132 visa migrants?

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25 Reasons Why Your Australian Business Visa Was Refused in 2019

25 Reasons Why Your Australian Business Visa Was Refused in 2019

Business Visa

The subclass 188 Business and Investment visas are temporary residence visas. The 188 visa is an attractive business visa as it allows migrants to conduct business and investment activity in Australia or undertake entrepreneurial activity in Australia. Moreover, you would like to be a business owner, the subclass 188 business visa will allow you to manage a new or existing business in Australia.

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South Australian Trade Show Features Local Products for Global Export Through Business Visa 188 & 132

South Australian Trade Show Features Local Products for Global Export Through Business Visa 188 & 132

Work Visa Lawyers was pleased to accompany some of our business visa holders to the ACBC South Australian & Immigration SA Central Adelaide Trade Showcase. We would like to thank Immigration SA, as well as the China Business Council (ACBC), and KPMG for hosting the fantastic event.

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How You Can Start Your Own Business In Australia On A Visa & Who Can Help You Do It

How You Can Start Your Own Business In Australia On A Visa & Who Can Help You Do It

When starting a business in Australia you need to make sure you have the right visa. You can do this by using a registered Australian migration agent such as, Work Visa Lawyers. Whether you want to establish a large or small business in Australia, it is important that you and your business have all the correct certifications. To do this, we recommend you get help when structuring your business. ABN Australia is a trusted and establish company who can help you do that. It is also important that you use an analyst to monitor your investments, expenses, and general accounting to ensure your business is operating legally.

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